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paulknight 8 2 8 New Zealand
28 Jul 2013 8:47AM
Well composed, very effective mood contrast between sky and foreground.

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chensuriashi Plus
11 282 17 England
29 Jul 2013 4:39PM
Great shooting was this one tweaked with the PC?? Sure it was as those greens are a giveaway so pleased you left the curves on the top of the bridge just a little separate, nice shot I would be pleased with from my SX50 the cam needs a bit of a boost, my next one is the EPL5 of course or an Oly/Sony 18MP DSLR must be in the pipeline. Chen.
2 Aug 2013 6:53AM
Thanks very much, paulknight! I always appreciate feedback.

Chen, sorry to tell you, but you live in England and are not familiar with the weather here or the color of this water. The bridge has the name 'Blue Water Bridge', because the water has the same color as in the seas of the Bahamas. And in this instance, the small opening in the very dark cloud cover created this dramatic affect. So, no, there was no addition, subtraction or alteration of color in this photo. But, I do admit that I strengthened the contrast a bit. I have many, many photos of this bridge, or rather the two bridges, but I was not at all paying any attention of the separation of the two. I was only fascinated by the the colors. I took about 10 pictures and this one was my favorite.

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