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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Bakony Falls by Mark Borbely
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Bakony Falls

August 20th, 2011

This picture was taken in West-Bakony (Farkasgyepü), Hungary.

Nikon D40X, Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR, Nikon Capture NX.

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Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 12 years, 8 months ago
This is interesting but I feel like something is missing. Maybe positioning the camera in a different way or place would have made it work better. The exposure time could have been a little bit shorter and I would have waited until the wind wasn't blowing the leaves on the right to time your shot. Also I think you did a tiny bit too much post-processing, but at least you didn't do the diffuse glow that you added with your first submission on here. This is more in the right direction though so try not to get discouraged and keep taking photos it's good for the soul... (Much better than chicken soup) And don't get me wrong I still like this and I downloaded it =)

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