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Fortitude in B&W
Fortitude in B&W

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Challenge: 7 Heavenly Virtues (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Toshiba PDR-M60
Location: Jonestown, PA
Date: Feb 13, 2006
Aperture: ?
ISO: ?
Shutter: ?
Galleries: Landscape, Rural
Date Uploaded: Feb 13, 2006

This takes Fortitude after a Snow Storm

Place: 94 out of 124
Avg (all users): 4.7920
Avg (commenters): 5.3000
Avg (participants): 4.2692
Avg (non-participants): 4.9293
Views since voting: 956
Views during voting: 296
Votes: 250
Comments: 10
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/21/2006 07:54:41 PM
:o) Like the idea and the picture
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02/20/2006 08:38:40 PM
yes, definately 'fortitude'!
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02/19/2006 12:04:53 AM
lol.... this brings back lots of memories - 'don't let em tear that little brown building down' - nice shot.
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02/18/2006 08:12:46 PM
Works well in black and white. Perhaps a more "head" on shot? :-)
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02/18/2006 09:11:08 AM
LOL! Tee hee hee. Very cute. Now, if someone were going in or coming out I would have scored it higher. Point for humor.
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02/17/2006 10:46:50 AM
humm..? that tree blocking is not a good thing i think
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02/15/2006 05:20:29 PM
Nice, though a bit lacks a "wow factor", composition is good. Is this a toilet in the forest? :-)
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02/15/2006 01:03:38 PM
Funny idea....wouldn't have thought of an outhouse as exhibiting fortitude Nice way of thinking outside the box.
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02/15/2006 10:17:59 AM
try a different angle next time
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02/15/2006 07:15:53 AM
tree is in focus instead of the outhouse. sticks & twigs along bottom are too distracting. crop along left side is awkward as you have 3/4's of a tree coming in and out of the frame.
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