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This is a discussion on Open Water within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; This one was taken when we took a trip down to our property in Muskoka. Was a real treat to ...

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    This one was taken when we took a trip down to our property in Muskoka. Was a real treat to come across some open water so "had" to get a pic. We won't see this for another couple months yet, here.

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    A gorgeous b&w image. Classic S curve in the stream and wonderful wintry tones.
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    You're killing me with these winter landscapes. I should have been born in "The Great White North".

    A beautiful photograph, HBG. I love the way a blanket of snow erases everything that lies beneath it. Makes it all look so pristine.
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    Very beautiful scene! Great composition and I love to processing in this. I like the subtleness of the color in this. Great capture and job in processing it!
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    Beautiful. Love the processing and the reflection in the water.

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    Stunning shot. The reflection and the muted tones work for me. Just lovely

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    Lovely shot HBG. I like the overall feeling here.
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    It might sound strange, but I have to ask. Is it as quite standing there as I imagine it to be? I really love this shot.
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    A great photo. Very subtle processing, not quite black and white. Nicely done.
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