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Water Buffalo Photograph - Water Buffalo Morning Fog by Frank Feliciano

Water Buffalo Morning Fog is a photograph by Frank Feliciano which was uploaded on January 15th, 2013.

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superb composition and the sepia sets the mood perfectly- well done!

Beautiful atmosphere of early morning!

Beautiful! V

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thank you, Zulfiya, It is one of my favorite pieces.

Gorgeous tones and misty softness! VF

Frank Feliciano replied:

I had a metal print made of it and people freak out staring at it.

Beautiful,v :)

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thank you, I appreciate your comment.

Love the overall feel of this - great shot and composition V

Frank Feliciano replied:

Thank you Jim, I appreciate you taking the time to look at my work.

I like the squared-up composition of this image along with the two's: two buffalo, mirrored trees, sky and water opposites. It's mysterious and looks great as a sepia.

Frank Feliciano replied:

The compostion had to be "squared-up" as you call it because otherwise the water and the reflections would be off kilter. Now if you throw it off intensionally that is one thing like more that 20 degrees. But if it is only a degree or two off then the image would look off balance.

Thank you both! I had fun taking it as well.

Beautiful!! f/v

Frank, this image is totally beautiful!!! VF

Thank you Cheryl, I appreciate you taking the time to look at it.

gorgeous view and tones!

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