Perth City sunrise and local beach
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dm1dave

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Location: Lowden IA US
Posts: 21,665
Wed 15-January-2020 12:16

Very cool shot, congratulations on editors choice.
jdroach

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Location: Glen Allen VA US
Posts: 11,936
Wed 15-January-2020 05:06

Beautiful
jordalor7100


Location: Ft Worth TX US
Posts: 27
Sun 19-January-2020 12:59

A line I learned years ago: "the hand of the artist should never be visible in an image" The scene is beautiful but appears to be over-photoshopped.
ChristianF


Location: Montreal QC CA
Posts: 803
Mon 20-January-2020 10:40

Congratulations on this Editors Award. I must say that comments like the one above by jordalor7100 always remind me of advice I once received by my photography teacher. "No one gives you the right to criticize someone else's work. The creative process is something very personal." You can guide and give advice if you are asked. Would anyone think of telling Van Gogh that his choice of colors were a little bizarre ?
Kilroy22


Location: Albuquerque NM US
Posts: 10
Thu 23-January-2020 09:17

Nice location, but does the horizon slope to the left?
sgandy


Location: Dillon CO US
Posts: 159
Sun 26-January-2020 08:37

Beautiful shot, love the path of the water flowing through the center. You should straighten the horizon.