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Steel Shed Sunset
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Posted By: Bob Harris, 06-21-2014, 06:44 PM

On the front range of the Rocky Mountains we often get storms that pass quickly through the flatlands, elevation 6800', which are unobstructed for that perfect sunset while enjoying a fine Merlot. I took this photo through the steel galvanized work shed at our campground to add an interesting framing effect.

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Good eye :-)
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Some nice colours in there
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Good eye :-)
thanks Kyle, appreciated.

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nicely composed !
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Some nice colours in there
they have some beautiful sunsets in Colorado, thanks for viewing.
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Nice creative use of framing! Very striking image. Well done!
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nicely composed !
shooting through the shed really added to the sunset Michael, made it interesting to view I thought.

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Nice creative use of framing! Very striking image. Well done!
thank you for the kind review, always appreciated
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nice one, I like the framing & the use of negative space ( if that's the appropriate term)
cheers
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Very nice framing.
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nice one, I like the framing & the use of negative space ( if that's the appropriate term)
cheers
thanks CC, and to think I cropped about 20% of the negative space out of the original, looks better this way I thought.

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Very nice framing.
thanks EM, we do get some great sunsets out this way.
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Cool one, buddy.

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Cool one, buddy.

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the things you see wandering around in the RV park with a camera in the evening, thanks bud.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
On the front range of the Rocky Mountains we often get storms that pass quickly through the flatlands, elevation 6800', which are unobstructed for that perfect sunset while enjoying a fine Merlot. I took this photo through the steel galvanized work shed at our campground to add an interesting framing effect.
love the framing and the colour! good one
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