Morning in the Mountains

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    1. Maximillian R. 42 months ago | reply

      The framing looks good in this photo as do the warm tones and fog. :)

    2. Maximillian R. 42 months ago | reply

      Emily, I don't know if you're interested in joining any new groups, but one you might like is JoyYum:
      www.flickr.com/groups/joyyum/
      It's Krista Palmu's group (she's one of your contacts so I don't have to tell you about her), which, amusingly, has the word "joy" in front of many words in it) and most of the images in the group pool are photos with a vintage feel, often with pastel tones like Krista's own (although non-vintage, "happy-feeling" images are sometimes accepted, such as my photo of a waterfall).
      I don't if you'll see this, but I just thought I'd recommend the group since you like vintage things...

    3. Simply Vintagegirl 42 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the recommendation - I haven't done many group-related things here on Flickr, but Krista's does look like a pleasant one.

    4. Maximillian R. 41 months ago | reply

      You're welcome. :) From what I've seen, Krista's group doesn't have any discussions or contests or things like that, so unless you check out the other images in the pool, there really isn't anything to do other than add your photos to the group.

      I don't know if you saw my comment on your "Five Out of Seven" post on the Six Angles photoblog, but I said I've met a few of the photographers in your group (Josiah, Jonathan, and Emily Elizabeth; I met Emily at this last conference and Josiah and Jonathan at previous conferences) and although you probably don't remember seeing me and actually don't even know who I am, I apologize for not saying hello and actually meeting you at the conference; I'll be more polite if I see you at a future conference (particularly because now I know who you are - I've followed Six Angles since it was created but forgot what all the photographers who are part of it look like) - or elsewhere, however unlikely that might be.

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