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Thank you for the feedback guys!

I'm afraid that the shots are too dark and that I should have tried to bring out the mountains more. Though, I don't care much for those night shots that are exposed like daylight.


The shots are from this location in Tromsø, Norway.

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I think you got the balance just right. The subject of the image (at least for me) is the light show. The mountains add atmosphere without overwhelming the image. I think if you bought that mountains out more it would detract from the sky.... sometimes less is more.

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