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Morn2 by tangratannakra Morn2 by tangratannakra
I got a bored/excited this weekend of coding-coding-coding
:typerhappy: So I decided to upload another photo.

Again: East Rhodope Mountain Range. Early morning.

I actually do like this much more than the previous one... but I am all weird.. :slow:
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jayshree Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2009
:O
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:icontangratannakra:
tangratannakra Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2009
he?
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jayshree Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2009
Its wonderful and very vast.
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pavel89l Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
BEAUTIFUL!!!
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:icontangratannakra:
tangratannakra Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009
;)
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:icondani-lefrancois:
Dani-Lefrancois Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Professional Photographer
You've been featured in my recent wows.
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=D
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:icontangratannakra:
tangratannakra Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009
:kiss: :kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss:
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:icondani-lefrancois:
Dani-Lefrancois Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Professional Photographer
:heart::love::heart::love::heart::love::heart::love::heart::love:
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Glitch-Chaos Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009
Nice :)
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EyeDance Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009
On my monitor, this shot looks more like a painting than a photo. Still, you captured this lovely early morning scene very well.

I also think that a little bit more contrast would probably give it more depth, but without trying, I can't say for sure.

If you can afford it, then a new monitor is the way to go. Nothing worse than having to work digitally without knowing where you really are, colorwise. Unfortunately, professional LCD screens don't come cheap. But you have high standards when it comes to photography, so one day you will have to have a monitor that matches your photographic ambitions. Anything else is a letdown and will have you guessing only instead of making concise decisions.

If possible, go for EIZO or SAMSUNG screens; the ones they make for the printing industries and graphic artists. They come with a splendid color management system.
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