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Old 08-13-2008, 05:49 AM
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Red bridge and Yellow hills

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Re: Red bridge and Yellow hills

I really like the first one. Very pretty palette Grace.

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Re: Red bridge and Yellow hills

Nice work. I also like the pretty colours in the first one.
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Re: Red bridge and Yellow hills

Both are nicely done. I like the reflections in the first one.......Lenore
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Re: Red bridge and Yellow hills

Thanks Sergio, LavenderFrost and MRSBB for your kind comments.
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Re: Red bridge and Yellow hills

Nice colours there Grace. I like the foreground textures in the second one. Well done.
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Re: Red bridge and Yellow hills

Thanks Chammi for your much appreciated comments.
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Re: Red bridge and Yellow hills

Hi Grace!

These are both very soft and lovely! The first, I believe seems more complete though. In the second one, the foreground, in my opinion, is not working. Just off the top of my head (and I'm no expert) I believe the problem might be partly in the composition, and partly in the color choices and regularity of the grasses. The background, however, and the sky are wonderful just as they are!

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Elizabeth - thanks for your advice and comments.

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