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Makes you want to weep doesn’t it Wallace? They are beautiful and something that we can aspire to.
Not sure they’d be OK under FIAP rules, Wallace – do they seem to be fairly heftily processed to you?
I’m with you Ian, they are startling rather than stunning Nature images – highly processed to make them appear so
and nothing really wrong with that but not as competition work or, more critically, as representations of ‘natural nature’.
In that respect less admirable than anything Bob, Paul, Ian, the Hills etc. produce every season.
But nice to look at and try to work out how they were done!
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