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Old 10/18/2019, 07:05 PM   #851
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Old 10/18/2019, 08:20 PM   #852
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Neat Jesse. I like the wide aspect ratio for the subject. Did you simply crop narrow or stitch images together? Or did your phone do it for you while you were sleeping?


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Old 10/19/2019, 08:54 AM   #853
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I cropped it. The area is a dirt and gravel plant. It's in-between the tree lines which blocks it's view. The river is also between them which is causing the fog. It was one of those, wow, that looks kinda cool so you pull off the road and take a couple shots. Because of where I had to pull off, there were poles and wires everywhere so I cropped the top off.


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Old 11/03/2019, 02:26 PM   #854
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Very windy out but good color!!!




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Old 11/03/2019, 02:55 PM   #855
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Very windy out but good color!!!



Looks like a nice classic Dutch aquascape


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Old 11/04/2019, 03:17 AM   #856
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Very windy out but good color!!!

Very Nice Photo!!

I've been looking at trees/leaves coloring up and now starting to fall.
As much as fall is beautiful, crisp, fresh and nice, it's also a time that's brings a bit of sinking feeling.... knowing that we got some dark, cold days coming, before it's spring again. Love winter when it's white, bright, but the rest I could pass on.

This is not a good Quality photo by any degree (just taken by my cheap phone while staring my Empty Tree and pile of Brown leaves on Grass, that need attending to....Hate Raking!! ).

It's a symbolic photo that I took to remember the moment.



That One Yellow Leaf, only one left with any Color on a bright Sunny day.... cheered me up and made raking just a little bit better. (He wasn't bagged with the rest).


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