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    Smile End of the Day...

    End of the Day...Hope for the better tomorrow

    Exif: Canon S3 IS, Shutter: 1/160, f5.6

    Cheers, Rahul
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    Its always nice to see a sunset . Wish there were more colours and clouds in the sky. I feel a pano composition would have looked good. I think there is a slight tilt, you can correct that. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Dear Mrudul,

    Yes, Agree with you, a panoramic composition will look good compare to this & i think there is illusion of tilt b'coz of faraway canopy line, but I can't do anything for colours and clouds in the sky

    All best wishes,

    Cheers, Rahul

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    I like subtle colours. I believe unless and untill you use a high resolution camera and printer, the subtle colours can be appreciated better when seen in a painters canvass. In images, we typically like to see a few birds flying (even though in silhouette) to kind of fill the frame because we can't actually see the subtle colour gradations. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Dear Sabyasachi,

    Thank you . I do agree with you that High resolution camera & printer make a lot of difference to represent the subject & produce the subtle colours well, but next time I'll try to capture few elements of nature in the image to make it more interesting and interactive

    All best wishes,

    Cheers, Rahul

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