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Category: October Tagged: autumn, black and white, friends, fujifilm, fun, happy place, kids, mountain, nature, norway, postaday, Rondane, snow, water
Wonderful range of tones in this photo.
Like the depth in your photo. It documents a fine day of adventure.
Great foreground element to give you a sense of perspective.
Lovely photo, perfectly composed. It looks a beautiful day out.
Beautifully composed photo of a place where I’d be happy, too.
Spennende komposisjon og nydelige gråtoner!
so good picture
Who knows maybe you’ll like to participate to my weekly challenge….?…. or not !
But you should come and take a look….
I’m not one for water sports- not a very good swimmer. But this sure looks inviting!
Wow, I really like the way you capture this scene.
Visiting from BLACK AND WHITE WEEKEND.
FRANKLY MY DEAR
Nice photo with a good composition. I like the way you filled the frame: at the foreground the paddling girl, in the middle the trees and the other boat, and at the background those atractive mountains. Well done!
Visiting from B&W Wednesday, Hilde
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Very nice shot – well composed &, as the first commenter said, nice range of tones.
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Very peaceful image.
My goodness this is breathtakingly beautiful. I visited Norway once and it was exquisite. Your black and white photos are amazing.
Easy going is the way to go!
Great point of view!
Here’s my Wordless Wednesday!
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