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    The Clouds Above

    Was really taken by the clouds overhead and of course I had to take a photo of it.

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    Love the composition Sandy.

    As for the HDR, I love it overall, but the sky just shows it just a little too much.
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    Ya the sky bothered me a little also, I've got another version and I might just post it instead Thanks.

    Hows this versions?

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    That is 10X better in the sky. I really love this shot Sandy. Excellent job!
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    Thanks, I have to agree the 2nd is much better.
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    Well I prefer #1 but its because the sky reminds me of a storm coming. If you were going for a sunny day with fluffy white clouds then #2 is the way to go.
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    I like the image but I am still trying to decide how I feel about all these heavy HDR's....... Nice shot though.
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    i like it, the first version made me think of the Wizard of Oz... "Aunty Em, Aunty Em, theres a twister comming!"
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    You people are just so fussy, And that's a good thing, makes me keep trying. Here's another attempt, this is a little wider angle and is a pseudo HDR (1 RAW shot) I personnally think this is the best one yet. I leave all 3 to hopefully satisfy everyones taste.

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    I think this might be the best one yet, IMO. You still have the enhanced saturation of the HDR, but the sky looks more natural in this. Like the wider crop too.
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