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Challenge: Landscape (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-P51
Location: Poba de arriba
Date: Jan 9, 2003
Aperture: F4.0
ISO: 160
Shutter: 1/30
Galleries: Landscape
Date Uploaded: Jan 12, 2003

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Statistics
Place: 76 out of 219
Avg (all users): 5.7854
Avg (commenters): 6.9474
Avg (participants): 5.6544
Avg (non-participants): 5.9691
Views since voting: 1109
Votes: 233
Comments: 19
Favorites: 0


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
01/19/2003 10:16:42 PM
The use of empty space at the top creates a feeling of height and infinity....The mountain range in the background takes on more meaning. Good choice of framing.
01/19/2003 09:35:02 PM
I'd like to have seen this in horizontal.. because of the mountains....
01/19/2003 06:53:48 PM
oh i like it how your eye shimmies off the roof into the green hills 9
01/19/2003 06:48:12 PM
It looks like you have a wonderful landscape - I'm not sure that you chose the most flattering image (perhaps you wanted to deliberately include the roof's to show the town). Your photo isn't that bad but I suspect with a bit more time and some nicer weather you could produce some stunning landscapes there.
01/19/2003 05:38:39 AM
I really like the cropping and composition of this. The roofs could be distracting, but the way they're stepped looks nice juxtaposed against the mountains in the background. I feel like I'm standing on a street, hemmed in by houses, looking out at the mountains. Nice work.
01/18/2003 03:33:28 PM
I really like the composition here, and I'm extremely jealous of the view. Nice picture.
01/17/2003 05:34:36 AM
Wow, neat shot, I can\'t wait to find where this is! I really like the fact that you used the portrait shot for this.
01/16/2003 07:22:07 PM
A very beautiful landscape to see out of your window *gets jealous*... I wish I could see more of it. 9!! -Annida
01/16/2003 03:43:41 PM
I can't wait to find out where this photo was taken!
01/15/2003 01:56:41 PM
The texture of the tiled roof is a great contrast to the soft mountains. It's hard to imagine how vibrant these colors may have been on a sunny day. They're already wonderful as they are. It's an 8 in my book!
01/14/2003 10:12:10 PM
This looks like a cool place. I'd like to see more of the repeating roof lines in the bottom of the shot and a little less sky.
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01/14/2003 02:27:29 PM
amazing .. shame we could see more of these staggered roofs climbing upwards.
01/14/2003 10:52:19 AM
A little less sky would really help this photo from a size perspective (where you could make it BIGGER). Beautiful colors. Great photo. The differing textures in the landscape are very well captured. - Inspzil
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01/13/2003 11:53:29 PM
Cute! Where is your town?
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01/13/2003 11:43:01 PM
I think a little more cropping of the sky would work well. Beautiful colors.
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01/13/2003 06:21:02 PM
Where's that? Looks nice there.
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01/13/2003 03:40:53 PM
I really like the size and aspect, but I think it's a little dark, which is a great shame.
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01/13/2003 09:27:51 AM
I think this would have been better as a wide angle shot.
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01/13/2003 03:06:03 AM
Nice shot. Hilly home town you have there!
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