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Category: October Tagged: black and white, nature, nikon, norway, reflection, refraction, Rondane, snow, window, winter
Wonderful b&w composition!
I really do love the way you capture in Black and White.
I love reflections and I love black and white so I find this doubly good!
That is such a stunning picture… The B&W choice is so appropriate here.
I love capturing a photo in a reflection and you did it so well.
Fine contrast between the warmth inside and the cold outside. Well done.
Perfect reflection, and great composition.
Fantastic reflection and I like it in B & W
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A beautiful view.
You certainly have a wonderful scenic view from that window. Thanks for sharing.
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Very nicely composed!
interesting composition….i like it.
A brilliant shot!
Outstanding! For a split second, i could not understand your photo, then realized its the reflection of a mountain. Very enigmatic shot. 🙂
Wonderful composition in B&W!
What an interesting picture! It’s framed perfectly. I didn’t realize at first glance it was a photo. Awesome! 🙂
Wow, stunning shot!
Interesting photo in black and white.
Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/10/success.html!
I saw your image on Leanne’s site and wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed it. Especially how the out of focus foreground is correctly exposed while the main subject is shadowy and mute. What a nice reversal of the norm!
very interesting shot!! Wonderful!
Cool black and white photo.
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You have an amazing eye for geometry. Nice shot!
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