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colors in winter
Photo Information
Copyright: Gundega Dege (sundew) (3759)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-02-17
Categories: Nature
Camera: Olympus E300
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2008-02-21 1:54
Viewed: 3410
Points: 14
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  • ndo1 (129)
  • [2008-02-21 1:59]

what a WOW colorful shot. nice tonal. are those vignett on the top corners?

Nice colours, interesting composition. I like it!
Best wishes,
Achim

Hi

What a beautiful scenery here... love the colour here... congrats

Amri HMS

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From site guidelines.

I am unclear why you use Treklens - it seems to be purely to showcase your own shots and you ignore the community aspect of the site.

Hello Gundega,
Your portraits generally convey a strong mood, but the same can be said of this landscape. The intense colours create a warm glow and the haze in the background has something mysterious. I like how you achieved to give a magic touch to what is, after all, an everyday landscape...
TFS & kind regards,
Erik

Very cool shot but I'm not sure if it's real or not. No exif data...no settings, no photographers notes.

According to the TOS:

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Members are strongly encouraged to post descriptive notes with their photos. Notes help provide other members with information about your shot and help them to tailor their critiques to your specific needs. Shots without notes tend to receive less feedback than shots with descriptive notes.
Notes may be written in any language.
The note may include the following types of information:
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Any request for particular feedback that youd like to have.

I am curious, do you use this site to learn/teach or just to self-promote your photos? Your such a good photographer/artist, you could be really helpful if you just put forth the effort. I feel that you are shortchanging the members here and I feel that anyone who feels differently doesn't understand why this site was created.
Scott

Bonjour
Ce paysage semble tout droit sorti d'un rve...
Sylvain

Nice colours but a little too de-saturated. The vignetting should be cropped out.

This is majestic. The light the feeling. The movement, the sky, the feeling of just being there, experiencing these feelings and light...

Simple but magical, picture, like you have caught the essence of the river...

I feel now after seeing some of Ogre that it has some of this kind of magic. :) Thanks for this.
Francis

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  • Ilir Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 518 W: 67 N: 53] (5121)
  • [2008-07-20 16:34]

Strange. The scenery is so calm, but the colors give a sense of apocalyptic feel.

A.

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