Antelope Canyon

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    Lower Antelope Canyon, Utah

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    1. Sorceria 80 months ago | reply

      I liked the first one you post it and I love this one as well. Such a nice place, such nice blending colors. Wonderful crop. Makes you think: WOW! What a shot!

      Great work and YES from me.
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    2. sgcallaway1994 80 months ago | reply

      I really enjoy the lighting, textures and colors in this image. The details are breath-taking. Wish I could have viewd this in person. What a great image. My vote is Yes, of course! :-)

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    3. Gabriele Pranzo-Zaccaria 80 months ago | reply

      I wonder if some more saturation couldn't help to make the image more interesting than it is, and If I were you I would try to make the colours more vivid.
      That said, I like the image, so I say YES.
      So, please post it in the main pool.

      Please, remember also to post your photos with 3 & up "YES" verdict, without "NO"s in this thread.
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    4. X Ceccaldi 80 months ago | reply

      Gabriele Pranzo-Zaccaria
      HI Gabriele, you have a good point. I decided to be faithfull to the real colors, because I was upset to see a lot of pictures of this canyon with false colors. But it seems that the eye generally prefer slightly more saturated pictures...

    5. blinked 80 months ago | reply

      Awww, i didn't have a chance to comment. Well here's another Yes from me. :)

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