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    Beautiful falls, Tom and well composed. If I hadn't come late to the party then I'd not have seen the feedback so quite nice to see the shots before & after the critique. The reprocessed lower falls is excellent although I agree that cloning out the fence would slightly improve what is already a good shot
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    Thanks H2O and Chris for stopping by again. Yes, I would have to agree that it is a shame that the state had to place a bridge across the falls and spoil the view so that cars could traverse across without getting swept down stream and into the Susquehanna River. I'll write to my state rep and complain.

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    Cracking shots Tom and strangely enough I don't mind the darkness on the RHS, to me it focuses the eye on the important part of the shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by pelliott1954 View Post
    Cracking shots Tom and strangely enough I don't mind the darkness on the RHS, to me it focuses the eye on the important part of the shot

    Paul
    Not trying to put this on top, but thanks Paul for the input and I agree with your input

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    Lovely shots Tom, I almost want to get into the water.
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    Thanks Colin

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    The reprocessed images work best for me. Nice work.

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    Thanks Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by tesarver View Post
    Thanks H2O and Chris for stopping by again. Yes, I would have to agree that it is a shame that the state had to place a bridge across the falls and spoil the view so that cars could traverse across without getting swept down stream and into the Susquehanna River. I'll write to my state rep and complain.
    Actually Tom the road to me adds to the photo. It is just the fence on the right that detracts. The shadows hid it but the lightening of the image made it more pronounced. Not being a jerk, just my thoughts.

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