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  #172 Arches
Entry 10 of 24
   
 
      ©2016 Peanut
Panasonic DMC-FZ70       10th place, 70 points
1/125s, f4.2, ISO 100, 66mm, Normal Program, Center Weighted Average, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Cropped, resized and removed unwanted object       Extra Info: None
 
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babysister
May 31, 2016
    Well done Peanut. In the TT again!

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jomari
May 31, 2016
    A very p[retty scene. The reflection adds a lot of interest.

Mepo
May 29, 2016
    I sense a missed opportunity to include the full reflection which might have made the arch more prominent. Absolutely beautiful bridge in an idyllic setting - very peaceful and attractive.

cookiejar
May 29, 2016
    Charming romantic landscape. Reminiscent of the lakes district of England, but looks like it might be Australian.

Old Finn
May 29, 2016
    I like it. Nice view, well composed. In my favorites.

babysister
May 29, 2016
    I love this simple beautiful arch. Nit picking-it is a pity the top of the arch is missing in the water, and I wonder if less background would have focused the eye on the arch more.
Still in my top picks.

Lo
May 28, 2016
    Beautifully composed and framed to showcase this lovely arch and reflection.

Jade O.
May 27, 2016
    Pastoral, beautifully framed, and subtle in colour, not quite but almost pastel without being washed out. Increasing colour saturation or contrast would be wrong so glad you didn't. But... just a little overexposed I think. Enough to move you to my no. 6.

forkcandles
May 27, 2016
    well balanced with clear and reflections fit well together

ysal
May 27, 2016
    Pretty shot, but the first word that comes to my mind here is "bridge" and not "arch."

Edward
May 27, 2016
    The nice arched bridge is unfortunately lost in the abundance of too much foreground and background elements - well, mostly background. Also the colors appear a little washed out. Maybe slightly overexposed?
Edited on May 27, 2016
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