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This is a discussion on Clare Valley within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; A couple of shots from last weekend's drive through the Clare Valley. Windmill by Dwayne , on Flickr Clare Valley ...

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    A couple of shots from last weekend's drive through the Clare Valley.



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    shot 1 is worth a framery trip. I dig how the bottom of the windmill just touches the hill.
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    Thanks Marko,

    I would like to say that the windmill on the hill was deliberate, but I didn't necessarily plan it that way.

    Having said that though, I did take multiple shots from different angles, elevations and focal lengths and just about every shot has the windmill just touching the hill. I think i must have subconsciously composed it that way
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    Yes, the lighting and color is really gorgeous in both shots. The windmill is outstanding as are the trees. Skies do not need replacing. Print these for sure.
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    Thanks Mate,

    I wish I never did a sky replacement last year. Now you don't trust me

    Definitely not a replaced sky. Is genuine (maybe a bit of dodging and burning though).
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