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Aug 29, 2006 21:16 |  #1

I took this image last weekend on a camping trip. Thought you might enjoy it:D



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Aug 29, 2006 21:49 |  #2

loved the image, my eye kept going to the frame though........




  
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Aug 30, 2006 11:12 |  #3

Thanks Timsphoto........:D


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Aug 30, 2006 11:24 as a reply to  @ boomer1959's post |  #4

NICE! I think the image would stand out a lot more if the frame wasnt so bulky though. something more clean and simple. :)




  
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Aug 30, 2006 15:20 |  #5

Beautiful photo Dave. Looks very peaceful, colors are wonderful and timing looks to be perfect.

As to the frame, not sure. I know it would probably look good hanging on a wall. It's quite a digital piece of work.


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Aug 30, 2006 16:17 |  #6

Get rid of that ghastly frame, and this image will sing.


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Aug 30, 2006 16:44 as a reply to  @ Lesmac's post |  #7
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Lesmac wrote:
Get rid of that ghastly frame, and this image will sing.

I will definitely second that.:rolleyes:


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Aug 30, 2006 17:01 |  #8

Oh, what's wrong with the frame, it's a good piece of artistic work. Take no notice Dave :D
As for the image it's beautifully composed with nice golden colours, fantastic.


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Aug 30, 2006 23:31 as a reply to  @ Anthony J Howe's post |  #9

Thank you all for input:D
As for the frame, Dave you mentioned it would probably look good on a wall and I agree. In my opinion a frame adds to an image. Finishes it off if you will.
This is our web wall to hang our images on for the world to see, so why not. Just a thought:D


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Sep 01, 2006 19:49 as a reply to  @ boomer1959's post |  #10

I'd say that "ghastly" is a bit much but I do prefer the simplicity of a simple thin black border. Then again, all that is personal preference and is no reflection on the image itself which, to me, is fantastic. Very nice.


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Sep 01, 2006 20:04 |  #11

I think that type of frame is better suited to a painting. Nice shot though!


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Sep 04, 2006 13:32 |  #12

Beautiful shot in a horrendous frame...


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Sep 04, 2006 16:31 |  #13

Great sunset shot, Dave.


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Sep 04, 2006 16:47 |  #14

Beautiful sunset Dave. Thanks for sharing.


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Sep 04, 2006 22:07 as a reply to  @ Reigh Higgins's post |  #15

Thanks again everyone:D ;)


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