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A walk in the woods in west central Virginia.

 

M9 50mm pre asph summilux, .5 sec f16

 

Many thanks for looking and especially for your comments.

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Todd,

 

A lovely picture with great composition, the lovely colors, the sunlight and the sharpness. I like the way the slow shutter speed enhances the smooth creamy treatment of the running water.

 

Paul

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