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Old 16th February 2010
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Re: Reflections

Nos 1 and 3 for me. I particularly like the way you have captured the sky in No 1.
Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Reflections

I agree No:1 & 3 are the best, if you shot these in RAW you might try fixing the blown out white cloud in No:3 other than that I see no issues and have to say you nailed the reflections well.
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Re: Reflections

I'm going the other way - I really like 2.

It has a Tim Burton/Gothic feel to it, and would probably look good in B&W
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Re: Reflections

Hello,
Number 1 is nice although I might have been tempted to clone out the white / red items - floats in the water?
Number 2 is the best one for me. Lots of atmosphere.
Number 3 highlights a bit blown out for me.

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