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teetommy




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macandes


Location: SK
Tue 14-May-2019 03:14

lovely
Second Hand Pat

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Location: Orlando, Florida FL US
Posts: 2,116
Tue 14-May-2019 06:34

Love this :D
Sarah9


Location: Holland PA US
Posts: 949
Tue 14-May-2019 08:02

So so beautiful. Well done!
topper1946

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Location: san antonio TX US
Posts: 1,041
Tue 14-May-2019 09:22

I don’t like reusing the same adjective but image is really lovely. Must have been magical time.
ctnorm7

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Location: Shelton CT US
Posts: 1,473
Tue 14-May-2019 09:46

Beautiful landscape image!
DaveP142


Location: Dudley England UK
Posts: 836
Tue 14-May-2019 06:48

Magical. A very watercolour sort of treatment,especially the colout pallette
RobertS46


Location: Waalre NL
Posts: 2
Sun 19-May-2019 04:23

Great, great shot! Looks like a painting
p_p_s


Location: CH
Posts: 23
Sun 19-May-2019 10:04

It seems the most did not realize that it was not A shot. Even for the editor who selected the image I am not sure how far the reflections in the water are meant literally. You can take this as a compliment, teetommy. I would like to here about the story behind the image from you. Whether you had anything alike already in mind when you took the photos. How the idea of layering them grew. The idea of tilting the midground. You may have started with less layers and a more simple compositiom and then it grew and grew? Was there any water at all or just a path between the meadows? I gesse the double riverside on the left only came after a while. When did you introduce the brighter triangle poking into the image center from the left? It has gras and a tiny hill in its sky. How many photos all in all did you use? How many hours did you work on it fighting halos etc.? Which tools did you use?
nnmlm
Location: IL US
Posts: 2
Sun 19-May-2019 11:06

something odd, - there is a double image - cool effect
GoodPhotography777


Location: KS US
Posts: 4
Mon 20-May-2019 06:07

Beautiful and haunting!
vcwald


Location: MT US
Posts: 4
Tue 21-May-2019 11:22

The correct spelling of the name of the location is BOSQUE, which means forest in Spanish.
eugene300


Location: Sugarland TX US
Posts: 201
Thu 30-May-2019 07:42

Great Image