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Old January 9th, 2012, 05:50 AM
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As I've been digging through old files I've been fining some I've long forgotten about....












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Jake,

This picture works best for me, at least, in vivid color. The diagonal is very strong and with the bright blue it catches one's attention. I still might want to look at the horizontal base of the photo to see if you might want to reveal more of the color and structure there. On my Macbook Pro screen, it appears to have some potentially rich color layering.

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Old January 9th, 2012, 06:58 AM
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Jake,

This picture works best for me, at least, in vivid color. The diagonal is very strong and with the bright blue it catches one's attention. I still might want to look at the horizontal base of the photo to see if you might want to reveal more of the color and structure there. On my Macbook Pro screen, it appears to have some potentially rich color layering.

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I'll try another version tonight when I'm home from work.

would you like to know what I amazed by? Does the horizon seem level? I shot this while in a moving vehicle(not driving). I did no adjustments to horizon and did not crop!
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