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Phinickphotos 7 39 1 Scotland
21 Jan 2009 7:52PM
Lovely composition but, for me, the less green the better. Might try B&W or desaturate the green. Just one more thing , the frosted stalks in the foreground covering the tree reflection spoil the effect. Sorry to be so picky but you did ask.

Geo.

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Mynett 8 142 6 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2009 7:56PM
Very nice location and looking good with the frost but it is a shame the reflection of the tree in v1 is a bit spoiled with the foreground
Linda
Juliee 10 382 4 England
21 Jan 2009 8:05PM
Thanks for the comments,

Geo...no need to apologize, I often overlook the obvious Smile and find it really helpful when people comment honestly, so thank you.

Julie
f8 13 9.2k 22 England
21 Jan 2009 8:42PM
Composition in both are excellent I love them, but I feel a frame would help to stop the horizons from falling out.
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
21 Jan 2009 9:56PM
Super reflections.Well taken.
Tom.
JJGEE 11 6.7k 18 England
21 Jan 2009 10:43PM
These have a completely different feel to them than the crispness of the trees / fence images, being more pastel and soft.

I am not suggesting it is wrong, just the opposite really as they convey to me of a misty, cold, icy morning. ( Now tell me it was the afternoon ! )

Perhaps a minor adjustment to darken the blacks would help the reflections stand out little more.
Juliee 10 382 4 England
21 Jan 2009 11:14PM
Actually Jeff it was the afternoon!! But -4 with iceburgs floating down the river, so still cold and icy!! Smile

Thanks for the comments
m3lem 10 England
14 Feb 2009 2:47PM
Very nice images Julies, love the reflection
Andrea

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