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Old 12-14-2011, 12:44 PM
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Re: Snow in Pirineos

It takes nerve to take on snow in this scale, and you've done a great job. I am inspired by this work, as someone who is just beginning.
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Bravo Pedro!!! Me gusta mucho. Maravillosas montañas y nieve.-
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Wonderful coloring and composition. Sorry I missed this earlier. Well done!
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Beautiful details and colors of these mountains!
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Old 04-16-2012, 01:21 PM
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Re: Snow in Pirineos

Great composition and capturing the atmosphere. It's making me feel cold which is a good thing, since I'm in Florida!
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Good job, I like the clouds coming over the mountains.
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Love it; great atmosphere!
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Re: Snow in Pirineos

good contrasts Peter but a little more nuances or detail in the trees and structure on the left rocky wall would add.
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beautiful subtle work...
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Hi Pedro, thought this beautiful winter scene is worth bringing to the top of the list again Very good indeed!
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I like the light easy painting style . It seems an effortless painting.

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Fantastische Arbeit Pedro!
Der bewölkte Gipfel und die Tiefe
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Südfrankreich/Spanien müssten
schneefrei sein - Irrtum.
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Nicely done! It´s very atmospheric!

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It is great the way the clouds cross in front of the mountains...
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Re: Snow in Pirineos

Beautifully done Pedro!
I would add darker shadows at the base of the trees, and maybe some foreground rocks or brush sticking up through the snow?

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