Oct 12, 2018,02:22 AM

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Excellent Photos ...

 By: Cpt Scarlet : October 12th, 2018-02:29
That's my thoughts.

Merci, Captain [nt]

 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-06:54

I am torn on it.....

 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-06:55
The colours are exactly as captured, and I quite like the ble tone of the sky

Very creative Joe! [nt]

 By: sham1 : October 12th, 2018-02:42

Thanks Sham [nt]

 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-06:55


 By: maverickmahesh : October 12th, 2018-03:18
both evokes different feelings altogether... the b&w is my choice...excellent work ! Best, mahesh.,


 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-06:55
just curious.....what does it evoke for you?

the B&W

 By: maverickmahesh : October 12th, 2018-09:32
has a powerful or deep sense of calmness...thanks for sharing ! Best, mahesh.,

thanks Mahesh....

 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-09:48
.....interesting as it was JUST ahead of a big storm Calm before the storm!

B&W. Well done! [nt]

 By: fernando : October 12th, 2018-03:58

Hi Fernando.....

 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-06:56
Would you say you err towards B&W as a bias? I think I generally do.

spot on [nt]

 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-06:56

Both versions have +/- aspects...

 By: cshimokita : October 12th, 2018-06:43
The troublesome area is the middle just left of center that sort of unbalances the scene... the b&w version manages that area a bit better. The tree detail with light (white) background is excellent and IMO the key element. Overall the b&w gets th... 

I am torn....

 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-06:53
.... neither has any post-editing, but i could play with it i guess. What would you do to edit it?

That tree just left of center is just too small... and doesn't fill the space

 By: cshimokita : October 12th, 2018-07:42
resulting in that gray area that's out of place. You might try playing with the gamma slider to make the photo a bit darker to kill that gray area or even just crop out the top part from the middle of the "tree line' to make a panorama shot. The key eleme...  


 By: cmclee : October 13th, 2018-17:23
I agree with the comment regarding the smaller/sparser tree but I'm not sure how else to further improve it. I like the B&W pix. Very good effort overall. Cheers !

,,,and Prayers?

 By: DruidPadj : October 12th, 2018-06:48
What happened now?! OH!!! Both are quite striking. I wouldn't choose one over the other. Both have an ominous feel.


 By: Baron - Mr Red : October 12th, 2018-06:54
pre-storm actually

What I was getting at.

 By: DruidPadj : October 12th, 2018-12:07
I'll be more literal next time. ;-)

Beautiful scenery.

 By: zabreg1 Mr White : October 12th, 2018-06:55
I love the way it blends, looks as if there are many more layers.

Colour. Nice shot. [nt]

 By: Jay (Eire) : October 12th, 2018-07:07

They're both nice ...

 By: JohnFM : October 12th, 2018-10:03
... but I have a black & white bias. Color looks like 'real life' while b&w is more abstract and evocative of wherever our imagination takes us. Even I will admit that there are some photos that just need to be in color. While this color photo wor...