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Days Gone By
Days Gone By
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Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Location: Greenville TX
Date: Apr 16, 2005
Aperture: 5.6
ISO: 200
Galleries: Landscape, Rural
Date Uploaded: Apr 19, 2005

Viewed: 918
Comments: 20
Favorites: 11 (view)

My other Free Study consideration. Woulda coulda shoulda.

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02/25/2006 11:17:16 PM
Hey. Where have you been hiding this? Just saw it tonight for the first time in a thread. Very nice. Love the warm glow and clarity of this image. Wonderful feel and composition.
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10/14/2005 11:15:50 PM
Great composition. There is something very appealing about this shot - yes, it plays into the factor of something old/the past sitting there in a field. But this takes on the appearance of a painting just by composition and the 'softness' of the overall image. I especially love the little splashes of color with those purple flowers that color an otherwise earthy/rusty palette.
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08/16/2005 07:00:24 PM
this picture looks like a painting the colors are so vivid. one day i want to be like you when i grow up(in digital photography that is) thank you for such a great picture to view
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06/22/2005 11:59:59 PM
This is great. The fence looks like a wave flowing across the bottom of the frame. I just read about how the rule of 3's can be where you have the foreground, the background and the middle ground! You have illustrated the author's point with this picture.
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04/20/2005 01:27:52 AM
This one is a keeper, great light, dof, composition, like the fence up front.. I really like this one.
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04/20/2005 01:25:15 AM
nice shot...
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04/20/2005 12:53:48 AM
I love this. It has me wondering what it would looklike oversaturated and filtered to look like a watercolor painting. Great shot.
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04/20/2005 12:48:55 AM
I'd easily have given this a 9 or 10. Don't worry about a ribbon, who cares? You've created a photo that most people would dream of capturing someday, that's the real joy.
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04/20/2005 12:36:01 AM
This is definitely a 10! Really outstanding.
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04/20/2005 12:29:22 AM
Yeah, you're right - you should have entered this one ;-) This is a really beautiful photo, Laurie, and you did a great job with the processing.
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04/20/2005 12:26:39 AM
OH WOW, I like this!
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04/19/2005 10:36:07 PM
this is bad a$$ !!! not only are you a top notch photographer but you are becoming quite the photoshop guru :) adding to my favs!
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04/19/2005 10:17:03 PM
This is just great. I would definatly hang this up in my home, love your title..im sure your Free Study submission is doing well !
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04/19/2005 09:35:03 PM
Gorgeous Laurie, just gorgeous. I love this kind of stuff and I really like the processing you've done to it. Very very nice. :-)
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04/19/2005 09:29:58 PM
Really cool Laurie! Definately a poster or a postcard shot. Well done!
P.S. Send me a bigger file if ya dont mind? I'd LOVE to do a pen and ink drawing of this one!

Message edited by author 2005-04-19 21:31:31.
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04/19/2005 08:43:31 PM
WOW! Exceptional earth tones and blending. Would have been in my top ten. Reminds me a little bit of Kansas.
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04/19/2005 08:39:49 PM
I like this very much. VERY. I would of given this a 9. Will make a very pretty print!!
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04/19/2005 08:36:17 PM
Awesome tones and softish focus effect goin' on here! If ya dare give away your secrets, I wanna know how you achieved this! If I nick pits (:-P) the only thing I find a little distracting is the darkness (lack of detail) in the tractors rear tire...
Yours as always
TC
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04/19/2005 08:26:13 PM
The tractor looks like a grumpy old man with a hunchback. Well, maybe I'm anthropomorphizing too much lately. Great composition though. The post-processing is a bit over the top, but tastefully done. I wouldn't buy it for hundreds of dollars. Would have given this a 7 in the challenge.

Message edited by author 2005-04-19 20:27:09.
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04/19/2005 08:18:24 PM
Laurieeeeee! Put a white border around this and sell it for hundreds of dollars. I absolutely adore this shot. I don't know exactly what it is, but something about it just pops and it is brilliant! Looks really good at a larger size... (like 20X30 on my wall!)...! Way to go!!! Keep it up!
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