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Photo "Twin Peaks #2"

photo "Twin Peaks #2" tags: travel, architecture, landscape, North America
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Twin Peaks #2
This light only lasted 10 minuttes, but it was amazing covering everything in it`s deep scarry color 
Sat 18 Oct 2003 13:06
film camera Nikon F90X / N90s
lens Nikon 105mm f:2,8 macro
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guido stocco guido stocco #1 Sat 18 Oct 2003 13:23

Impressive, very well toned

Thorbjorn Hansen Thorbjorn Hansen #4 Sat 18 Oct 2003 13:42

Thanks for your commnet. Though there is no toning involved afterwards, it is all in the exposure, and the abilities of the film used.

samoamax samoamax samoamax samoamax #2 Sat 18 Oct 2003 13:30

they say sunsets are easy emotional pictures
I donґt agree.This picture of yours has magic is charhed whith intensity and has a lot of personality

Thorbjorn Hansen Thorbjorn Hansen #3 Sat 18 Oct 2003 13:39

Thank you very much for your detailed description.
And I could not agree more with your view on sunset pictures, though some are easy emotional shots, many have alot of story to tell smile

Nadezda Koldysheva Nadezda Koldysheva #5 Sat 18 Oct 2003 14:48

very well toned

Sandra Silva Sandra Silva #6 Sat 18 Oct 2003 16:05

Good photo!
Very expressive!
Nice colors.

Enev Enev #7 Sat 18 Oct 2003 22:38

Very nice!

Arvid Klokk Arvid Klokk #8 Sat 18 Oct 2003 23:38

The lines, the silhouettes and the brighting are a wonder.
The backlighting is so nice! The image is an excellent
photograph. My congratulations, I love this simplicity

Sandra Battaglia Sandra Battaglia #10 Sun 19 Oct 2003 06:40

Very dramatic energy and vibrant colors with beautiful lines and composition. Wonderful work! Congrats, Thorbjorn! smile

Rune Johansen Rune Johansen #11 Sun 19 Oct 2003 23:08

Great shot Mr. Hansen.
But I think this thing from the house in the upper left corner destroys a lot and take my attention. I would have tried to get another perspective and without it, I think you could have been without it with 2-3 steps further forward.

My best regards


Thorbjorn Hansen Thorbjorn Hansen #13 mon 20 Oct 2003 11:56

I think you are absolutely right. I do not recall being able to walk more foreward, so I guess it was shot or dont. smile

Jose Luis Mendes Jose Luis Mendes #12 mon 20 Oct 2003 01:41

Excellent pic !!!

Anna S Anna S #14 Tue 21 Oct 2003 12:47

Wonderful colours and great composition. Congrats, Thorbjorn!