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Built in 1958 there has been no one swimming in this pool for years.

 

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No idea if it depends on the time of day and the lighting situation during the shooting and / or the editing. And of course, I don't know what it really looked like. But for me, the colors partially seem a little bit unnatural (for example, the slightly greyish sky in the first picture, or in the second photo the the blue-violet color fringe around the tops of the firs). But no offense, it's just my personal point of view. :) 

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vor 5 Stunden schrieb Andy:

No idea if it depends on the time of day and the lighting situation during the shooting and / or the editing. And of course, I don't know what it really looked like. But for me, the colors partially seem a little bit unnatural (for example, the slightly greyish sky in the first picture, or in the second photo the the blue-violet color fringe around the tops of the firs). But no offense, it's just my personal point of view. :) 

 

You're absolutely right - not my best work. Conditions were a little bit difficult and sometimes I am simply to lazy for perfection in editing. ?

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