Road Closed

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    .Ashkan, Shannon K, ulan25, and 24 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Jaffa2004 (moving to new account) PM for info ages ago | reply

      excellent shot, i love the smooth contrast in this photo.

    2. tfolkens7 ages ago | reply

      I really like the lighting in this shot - what did you do?

    3. MobilFunk7 ages ago | reply

      Thanks :) Actually I used some of the lighting effects in the gimp to bring out that part of the road and sign... used curves to blow out the sky highlights but smooth the road out a bit... somewhere in there I also did a pseudo-bleach bypass effect and added a sepia tone...

    4. .Ashkan ages ago | reply

      this is really meaningful... this is a wonderful concept...

    5. gas-we-pass ages ago | reply

      Nice use of DOF.

    6. dElay 118 months ago | reply

      indeed, nice!

    7. greglobinski 88 months ago | reply

      Thank you, Brad. Thank you for Creative Commons. I used the photo.

    8. greglobinski 87 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Creative Commons eCards, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    9. Serwaa1 55 months ago | reply

      Brad, I really liked this photo. I used it in my blog explorations in permaculture. Thanks for using creative commons.

    10. Madame Ming 29 months ago | reply

      Hi Brad, I wanted to ask if its ok to put a watermark on the photo for a blog that we'd be using it on, and also a watermark with the credit for the photo going to you. Appreciate hearing from you, great photo! Thanks, Minx

    11. MobilFunk7 28 months ago | reply

      Thanks :) Sure, you're more than welcome to use it ;)

    12. mpp_bob 9 months ago | reply

      Outstanding photo! Thank you for using CC, and thought you may like to see it here: www.sandersconsulting.com/is-your-ad-agency-on-the-wrong-...

      Again, thank you! And keep up the great work!

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