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On a Foggy Night

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    While exploring lights and fog with my younger son

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    Very interesting. One suggestion for this shot would be to rotate it 90 degrees counter clockwise, and then just keep the top part of the image. The result would look remarkably like a rising sun coming through some grasses by a hill.

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    I like the sharpness and clarity in this and it seems the light source is coming form the eye. Very creative.
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    This is very, very cool. Such excellent tones.
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    Doug
    That is an excellent idea. Here is the result.


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    Very cool shot ... both ways!

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    Yes very cool indeed. It does work both ways. Even his eye-brow & moustache is adding to the grass feel.

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    Wow! Neat stuff for sure. I like them both!

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    very creative image and suggestion! Well played Sirs.
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    Excellent, either way. I do think the horizontal one is a bit more striking, though. Wonderfully done!
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