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River bend

It was pretty. I couldn't decide which image I liked best so you've got both.


  1. Pretty is an understatement here. The scene is wonderfully atmospheric and perfectly captured!

  2. Both images are beautiful. Artistic and clever.

  3. I love all your pictures..I want to come along on the journey....well I do by reading your blog....but being there in person would be fun. Thank you

  4. Nice dreamy, bokeh effect in the first shot

  5. me: second one. I find the leaves in the first one a little bit too protruding ... okay, just a matter of taste, ;-)

  6. For heaven's sake! These are magic.


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