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Summer Sky Still having lots of fun processing these shots from the kite day. I thought I'd try something a bit different with the color hues. It takes on an interesting illustrative feel.
Check out my Lightroom blog for before & after shots. The link is on my profile page.

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  1. WeHaveAVisual 39 months ago | reply

    This photo is awesome. Reminded me instantly of the art in Shaun Tan's The Arrival.

  2. PhotoJEN_nz 39 months ago | reply

    oh noes. Did I miss the kite festival already?

  3. Xiimex 39 months ago | reply

    beautiful colors!

  4. Ana Caroline Lessa 39 months ago | reply

    Magic, like a dream! love it!

  5. Marion Dubois Photographie 34 months ago | reply

    love the coulor, could be a wonderful book cover ...

  6. Axel Ku. 32 months ago | reply

    Great photograph!

  7. laviedeg 30 months ago | reply

    Is it real? haha
    So beautiful!

  8. trekker_lonely 30 months ago | reply

    amazing combination of colors...great!!!

  9. nico7ge 26 months ago | reply


  10. strohat [deleted] 25 months ago | reply

    That's a really nice image captured there :)

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  12. Varvara_R 7 months ago | reply

    Superb composition!

  13. Varvara_R 7 months ago | reply

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  14. Obi Ser Vando 5 months ago | reply

    Is it fear that you need in order to be, do, and have what is intrinsically right? Must you be threatened in order to “be good”? And what is “being good”? Who gets to have the final say about that? Who sets the guidelines? Who makes the rules?
    I tell you this: You are your own rule-maker. You set the guidelines. And you decide how well you have done; how well you are doing. For you are the one who has decided Who and What You Really Are—and Who You Want to Be. And you are the only one who can assess how well you’re doing.
    No one else will judge you ever, for why, and how, could God judge God’s own creation and call it bad? If I wanted you to be and do everything perfectly, I would have left you in the state of total perfection whence you came. The whole point of the process was for you to discover yourself, create your Self, as you truly are—and as you truly wish to be. Yet you could not be that unless you also had a choice to be something else.
    Should I therefore punish you for making a choice that I Myself have laid before you? If I did not want you to make the second choice, why would I create other than the first?
    This is a question you must ask yourself before you would assign Me the role of a condemning God.
    The direct answer to your question is, yes, you may do as you wish without fear of retribution. It may serve you, however, to be aware of consequences.
    Consequences are results. Natural outcomes. These are not at all the same as retributions, or punishments. Outcomes are simply that. They are what results from the natural application of natural laws. They are that which occurs, quite predictably, as a consequence of what has occurred.
    All physical life functions in accordance with natural laws. Once you remember these laws, and apply them, you have mastered life at the physical level.
    What seems like punishment to you-or what you would call evil, or bad luck—is nothing more than a natural law asserting itself.

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