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    Better late than never

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    "Roman-esque"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars View Post
    Nice image, Jamsus. Here is a challenge for you. Do you manage to convert it to B/W and still manage to keep the sense of autumn? The leaf is rather scared, and has two distinct colours, so it could be possible.

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    Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria!

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    Excellent entries this week, I enjoyed looking at them.

    My favorite of the group is "Wooded Cathedral", congrats to Erno.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Throgmartin View Post
    Excellent entries this week, I enjoyed looking at them.

    My favorite of the group is "Wooded Cathedral", congrats to Erno.

    Dave
    I highly agree! I'm super-jealous of that shot... it would make a great mural. Congrats Erno!

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    Great choice!....congrats!

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    Many thanks for the kind remarks. Getting a keeper at the Boardman Tree Farm in Oregon was not too challenging as this farm is set up perfectly for low light photography, especially in fall. It's a bit in the middle of nowhere but if you're ever traveling between the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon and the Palouse in eastern Washington, give this place a try. At times, I felt as if I was walking around in a 3D impressionist painting. I applied a low intensity Orton Effect on this one to mimic a painting. Regards, Erno

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    Agreed the shot is most wonderful Erno!

    great win

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