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Stanley afternoon

By gajj
Rainy afternoon, Stanley Idaho USA in summer.

View large if available, suggestions for improvement always welcome.

Tags: Usa General Mountain Afternoon Rainy Stanley Landscape and travel Idaho

Voters: Hugeknot, bliba, rhion and 10 more


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Hugeknot 10 1.2k 2 Iceland
8 Aug 2007 3:29PM
There must be a problem with the system, because this was on the second page with no votes!

Stunning shot, great composition and light.

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bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
8 Aug 2007 3:32PM
a beautiful scene..well taken....deserves much more attention IMO
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2007 4:31PM
"Thumbnailitis" it's called. Medically this should be an inflamed thumbnail but colloquilly it describes the effect of a dull thumbnail - nil points!Wink
Great shame and incurable of courseSad
Seriously though, it is a beautiful photograph Jan, though personally I would selectively lighten the foreground a bit (that dodging brush againSmile)...
Good one Jan.
Richard
8 Aug 2007 5:20PM
What a beautiful landscape. Definitely deserves more votes! Although the foreground is sloping land (I think), I suspect it might improve the balance of the image if you rotated it all slightly counter-clockwise, say 1 degree. Just a thought!
Chris
billma 12 119 United States
9 Aug 2007 5:33AM
What you didn't say it that this is taken from the deck of our room there. Captures the place perfectly.

bill
Patricia Fenn 11 614 56 United Kingdom
20 Aug 2007 3:28PM
Like the low cloud, and that super fence.
Best P,X
glazzaro Plus
11 70 23 United States
21 Aug 2007 4:21AM
Its a beautiful shot, the colors, the low hanging clouds, the overall contrast, I think its great. Only suggestion I could think would be to reduce some shadows in the clouds to give them even more depth. Spot on! Click!!!

Greg

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