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Photo "Flatirons Fire"

photo "Flatirons Fire" tags: landscape, clouds, sunset
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Flatirons Fire
mon 22 Oct 2001 16:26
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4yl 4yl #1 mon 22 Oct 2001 19:46

Masterpiece. But is better. for me smile

Wahid Noureldin Wahid Noureldin #2 mon 22 Oct 2001 20:00

Over comment standards, Greg!

Mary Waters Mary Waters #3 mon 22 Oct 2001 20:38

absolutely incredible...reminds me of Towering dynamic and sooooo appealing...

Peter Schwarz Peter Schwarz #4 mon 22 Oct 2001 21:55

A lot of Power in this shot! Not bad at all...

Pavel Burdo Pavel Burdo #5 mon 22 Oct 2001 23:18

Как-будто не закат, а извержение вулкана...

Sergej Ryzhkov Sergej Ryzhkov #6 Tue 23 Oct 2001 00:11

Such good person, and all time suits fires. And then also photographes. Also does makes very professionally!!!! I joke certainly. Very much it was pleasant!

Javier SALMONES      © 2005 Javier SALMONES © 2005 #7 Tue 23 Oct 2001 01:15

Impressive, it does me to remember my photos of the eruption of the volcano of Teneguía in the Islands Canary.
Congratulations, Greg.

Alenka Kachuro Alenka Kachuro #8 Tue 23 Oct 2001 04:20

Heya, Greg! Why not crop the darkness off the top? (although there`s an interesting face-like apparition in the upper right, but I think it can be sacrificed smile ). I`m sad to report that I have never seen nature in such a condition. Mesmerizing looking. Nature isn`t perfect, and neither is photography, but in a perfect world I`d wish for the bottom of this photo to be combined with the top 2/3rds of the previous photo, and to the resulting image, I`d add a bit of "fire" on the sides. I loved the intensity of the `flames` in the first photo but thought that land element was too dark. Here, the latter is just perfect, in my view, but the sky is more scattered and not as bright red. Know what I mean? smile This isn`t a call to action, it`s not criticism. Just a comment, hope you don`t mind smile

peter o neill peter o neill #9 Tue 23 Oct 2001 06:48

I think I said in the last one I am taking a trip down. I see a place for my tent by the first shrub. What a light show!

David Wu David Wu #10 Tue 23 Oct 2001 11:39

Great sunset just as always,Greg!

Reda Danaf Reda Danaf #11 Tue 23 Oct 2001 14:58

Another great shot Greg.

Greg Summers Greg Summers #12 Tue 23 Oct 2001 16:56

I appreciate your feedback a great deal - even though I disagree with some of your suggestions. I think having dialogue between critiquer and photographer is a good idea - so if you wish me to respond to your suggestions and oberservations - let me know.
I cropped some of the space at the top - in order to get a feel for a larger crop - I`ll have to print - screen images don`t really give the whole story - I`ll let you know what I find. I find it interesting that some like the ethereal look of the first post - while others want natural looks - I personally think there`s enough documentary photography already - combining the two images - I wish I had used the polarizer on the next shot with the same comp, but the light changed so quickly - it wasn`t possible and it was the polarize that might have made a difference because there was more light on the field by the 2nd shot.
We`ve had so few sunrises with good skies lately - I`m a little out of practice.

Greg Summers Greg Summers #13 Tue 23 Oct 2001 17:18

Javier - I would like to see those shots of the eruptions

Berenice Kauffmann Abud  - AFIAP Berenice Kauffmann Abud - AFIAP #14 Wed 5 Feb 2003 05:13

I don`t have words due to so much beauty!!!!

Bjorn Johan Kirksather Bjorn Johan Kirksather #15 Thu 19 Jun 2003 17:08

Very beatiful picture. Best wishes from Norway