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steffilewis 12 179 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2004 1:30AM
I think its lovely. My suggestion would be to up the sat on the brown tree's in the middle just to give more of a focus point. If you had shot this on a sunny day, the blue sky would have done it for you. Still a *click*

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shane 12 7 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2004 2:35AM
I don't see how this could be better to be honest. Yes, if the sun had been out with a lovely blue sky it would have had a brighter glow to it, but the sun wasn't out.

John_Duckett 12 386 2 Norfolk Island
23 Nov 2004 2:51AM
Thumbnail doesn't do it justice. Wonderfull composition and detail. For me couldn't be better.

suleesia 12 176 Malaysia
23 Nov 2004 3:02AM
Brilliant composition.
deltafour 12 13
23 Nov 2004 5:11AM
Beautiful,excellent composition.
elowes 12 2.8k United Kingdom
23 Nov 2004 7:23AM
Great shot. Not much to better about it. If you could I would say keep going back and taking more shots.
UserRemoved 12 6.2k 1
23 Nov 2004 10:51PM
Great comp with the natural frame - agree that a tweak of the saturation, or even curves, might improve √ΜΛЯΚ
pfheyes 12 254 1 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2004 4:27AM
Now THAT is a winter scene! I think it's super and deserves more clicks.

synaesthesia 12 389 England
24 Nov 2004 7:44AM
Thats a great shot fella. Try increasing the gamma a touch to bring the whiteness out.
jonc 12 7
24 Nov 2004 7:55AM
Thank you all for your comments. Thanks stef I did increase the saturation and it worked well. Thanks for the tip Alan.
mikears 12 89 Canada
25 Nov 2004 1:13PM
Very nice - I kinda like it the way it is - it really shows that there was a ton of snow on the ground.

Well Done!
lobsterboy Plus
12 14.8k 13 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2004 1:15AM
Good stuff.clik

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