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Uploaded: 03/06/07 6:53 PM GMT
Rolling on the river
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This shot looks much better vertically.

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::Anita54
03/06/07 7:39 PM GMT
What a ride Ewa. Wish I could be one of them :) Terrific capture with great lighting and excellent composition. Thanks.
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Please know that I enjoy your work even though I don't always get to comment. I try to look at (and enjoy) all your new posts and always appreciate the time you take to stop in at my gallery as well. Have a happy day ;) Anita
::Dunstickin
03/06/07 8:03 PM GMT
Lovely!...I wish I could pluck up the courage to go on one of these!...the tree line is awesome..very nicely presented
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.s0050463
03/06/07 8:13 PM GMT
It looks indeed better Ewa, How did you do it like this? I didn't know you could upload this sizes of images!
Nick
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.bryancito
03/06/07 8:15 PM GMT
WONDERFUL LANDSCAPE. Good work, nice composition and presentation. I am glad we will be able to show some of our photographs this way now.
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::DigiCamMan
03/07/07 3:59 AM GMT
Very nice but I just don't think I could get used to this. Maybe if I had a widescreen I would feel differently. Nice work.
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::cynlee
03/07/07 5:42 AM GMT
It certainly draws the attention 'up' doesn't it? I like this perspective for some shots too and this certainly is one of them.
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.cirquegoddess
03/08/07 1:02 AM GMT
Wow, that place looks huuuuuuuuge!!! I'd be afraid I'd get lost! Lol.
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.vauel
03/08/07 8:55 AM GMT
with this new perspective the picture is much more interesting. Good decision to do this!

Regards,
Volker
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.priyanthab
03/10/07 3:16 AM GMT
It does look good this way. Im glad caedes at last removed its restriction.
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.Ejka
03/11/07 7:53 PM GMT
Oh, I think I've been there twice! Isn't it Dunajec Valley near Sokolica, in Poland (photo of Sokolica was also posted here on Caedes)? Wonderful view!
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.sansoni7
03/11/07 8:34 PM GMT
Beautiful....
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Look around and catch it ; the Art is there !
.jackygroen
03/22/07 10:05 AM GMT
Yes it definitely looks great vertically Ewa, beautiful photo and scene..I'd love to roll down that river sometime:)
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Jacky
::purmusic
05/02/07 11:35 AM GMT
Ahh ... saw this one in its' previous incarnation, and yes ... most definitely the vertical format shows the expanse and enormity of this wonderful setting. :o)

A perfect balance between the focal anchor of your photographic subjects and the rather impressive, I must say ... and quite scenic to my eyes ... river-side scene.

Add in that backdrop of gorgeous trees ... you must know that I like this one. :o)

(Well ... you should. ;o))

Thank you dear Ewa ... reporter for the Bureau of Mother Natures' Beauty ... I appreciate your talents and efforts.

p.s. No ... no, don't thank me ... serious here. Give yourself a break my dear, or ... better yet, report back to the 'Bureau' with another fine shot. You have your 'assignment.' ;o)
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.BorderingOrion
05/02/07 8:43 PM GMT
Ewa this is wonderous. I admire your eye for a scene so much. This is a marvellous piece. I envy you for being near to such beautiful locations.
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::bean811
07/09/07 5:15 PM GMT
I absolutely love this shot...I'm so glad you chose to shoot it vertically, because it really shows the vastness of the whole scene. Great job!! Right into the favs!
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