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Old 07-11-2007   #1
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Ok , same little Barn, ( Vermont ) Through the seasons... Different point of Views here, now lets hear yours??


goofup /Rick... lol , sorry to put you thru this !!



First Shot/ just this Summer....







Second Shot / Looking like Fall





Third Shot / Spring , Sumer Combo.. not much Spring in Vermont...




Fourth Shot.. NO SPRING----> but Vermont does WIN-TAH !!




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Very Nicely done! I like all four of them with 1 and 4 being my favorites but can't help but love the one with the horse taking a peek!!

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WOW! WOW! WOW! I love, love, love #3 and #4. Don't get me wrong, they are all lovely. I really appreciate the flowers in the foreground, the curve of the road and the color saturation.

But that #4... simplicity at it's all time best! That is one exceptional picture! Of course I love winter and snow, so maybe I'm a bit biased. The whites are perfect! I like how the image feels as if I'm beginning to peek around the corner, and of course the tire tracks are great too!
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I like how you chose different compositions for each season.
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All for are smashing! But 3 and 4 are my picks. For all the reasons that expensive hobby mentioned.. well, except that liking winter part. "S"
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#4 is AMAZING!

Is that selective desaturation or is that really how it looks in winter? (Not knowing much about snow, being a Caribbean lad and all )
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KMA... Hey Thanks so much!

hobby.... Thanks also! winter scene is one of my favs also!

Padre... thank you, yep different Points of View make a difference!

Lacey.. lol on winter... they are ruff!! 130 inches a season!

phototakeouter... thanks so much, and well let me show you this, cause this is how snow really looks in Vermonts Northeast Kingdom Lol


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Tom,
Each is unique and great in it’s own way. I really like all four. My only concern for marketing purposes is a lack of unity in orientation of the summer shot.
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phototakeouter... thanks so much, and well let me show you this, cause this is how snow really looks in Vermonts Northeast Kingdom Lol
All I can say is brrr!
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All 4 of these are incredible. Each so different, but top notch quality in all of them I think #4 is my favorite as I just love the snow

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