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exploring a small local creek we were attracted of the variety of water state: frozen,falling,flowing, Light was light blue in the shadows reflecting the blue from the sky.

Since I decided to leave my R Elmarit 90 mm mounted on MKII plus Leica Apo 2x converter for this distance and so the lens told were to search for motives.

 

 

 

 

 

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I love the motion in the 1st shot. Both are well done but the first one is my favorite.

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Bob,

 

many thanks for your favourite. I am happy you like the seires. These 2 shots are totally different, of course.

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Both are beautiful. The blue tones help to convey the coldness.

I agree with Brent. Lovely colors. I like the first picture for its dynamic mood.

 

Paul

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Iduna,

 

These are both beautiful while being so very different in mood. The whirlwind of energy in the first one is balanced out nicely with the calm and order in the second. I see these making up a marvelous diptych.

 

Ece

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Valerio,

thanks a lot for viewing and commenting.

 

Brent,

it makes me happy you like the message of the blue color in the differnt situations.

 

K.-H.,

yes, the whirlpool of coolness

 

Paul,

many thanks of expressing your thoughts about these studies.

 

Ece,

 

my expressive thanks for your comment and thoughts. I am delighted with so much response.

 

billo101,

thanks a lot

 

Everybody who clicked the famous button, thanks.

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Bill,

 

many thanks for having your favourite . I am glad that the second one attracted you more and indeed it seemd to me like a world seen through the loooking las.

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