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    Dramatic Sky

    When I'm bored with work, I tend to glance out the window. Sometimes the sky is so interesting, I have to grab my DP1 for a quick photo. This is from today.



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    Re: Dramatic Sky

    Here's one with the background clouds in a different position. My daughter prefers the first one, but I think I like this one better.



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    Re: Dramatic Sky

    I think they are both god. The first is better IMO in the grand sense of scale. The second has a bit more artistic feel to it IMO. It's almost as if the clouds are snaking amongst the path of the trees.
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    Re: Dramatic Sky

    Hi David,

    Very nice. Again, I prefer the first. Probably due to the greater concentration of light in the centre. Lovely tones in both though.

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    Re: Dramatic Sky

    I prefer the first. More scary......to shiver

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    Re: Dramatic Sky

    Thanks, HiredArm, Ed, and Klaus.

    I must be easily influenced -- now I favor the first one. I like that the curve of white clouds mimics the wooded terrain below. That's the cool thing about clouds on a windy day. You can snap away, and each image will be slightly different.

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