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“It's not what you look at that matters, 
     it's what you see."   -Henry David Thoreau
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  • 11,250 at Sunset

    Thank you everybody for the very nice comments. A special thank you to Niknut and ArtyArt for the user awards, they are much appreciated.

    • 18 Feb 2016 1:31AM
  • Duck, Pelican Coming!

    • 20 Nov 2015 11:37PM
  • Homecoming

    Thanks Mudge. I am using PS CC and tried everything I know to bring out some detail and make it look natural, no luck. I think the information is just not there. I do appreciate your suggestions, however.

    • 18 Nov 2015 4:59PM
  • Blended

    A special thanks to Dudler, Moira and PhilT2. You all have made some great observations and suggestions. They are everything I could have hoped for. Dudler, I actually like your modification, a little spartan, yes, but it is effective. Moira, yes is the answer. This capture has been a mix of challenging my skills and leaning toward residential real estate marketing. PhilT2, yes, working in tight spaces is challenging. My aim is to meet the challenge and solve the puzzle.

    Thank you all again. I value your input!

    • 5 Nov 2015 1:36PM
  • Path to Ruin

    This is a great image! Well composed and well exposed. I would suggest removing the label/watermark from the lower left corner, it is a distraction.

    Great shot!
    • 22 Oct 2015 1:49PM
  • Midday Sun

    Love the sunburst!
    • 22 Oct 2015 1:41PM
  • Ullswater

    Really love the lighting and mood in this capture, it has all the elements! That being said, I believe it can be even better. The cluster of rocks nearly dead center fix my eye in the middle of the frame making it difficult to wander about the entire photo. My suggestion, if you are remotely interested, is to compose the frame with the rock cluster in the vicinity of the lower right 1/3 cross point. That would open up the photo allowing the viewer to see the entire frame including the beautiful reflection in the water and allow the eye to wander through such a beautiful shot.

    • 21 Oct 2015 10:57PM

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