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"Oculus (2014)"
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"Indian Summer"
The combination of blues, reds (purples in some works) and golds really works for me! I haven't seen this palette for a while, but it's probably my favorite and has been since, ohhh, "Sanctuary" ('99) or so. Your blues in scenes like these are especially remarkable for their warmth, never mind that blue is usually classed as a "cool" color.



The headscritches about the overhanging bank: Maybe if the reflections of the water didn't go quite so far up the rock? Or if the haze didn't reach down far enough to obscure the streambank so much in the first place? That makes the angle of projection look less defined that I think you meant it to be. But definitely keep the water; the contrast between it and the leaves provides a lot of the warmth and appeal of the piece.

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