CaltsonFeatured By OwnerMay 2, 2012Hobbyist Photographer
Excuse me, I did not in any way meant to offend nor to provoke you, so please do not react in such an impolite way. If you do not wish to recieve such answers, make sure to turn off the comments on your pictures.
An HDR (High-Dynamic-Range) is a picture that overlaps a larger light range than actually possible by taking one picture without filter. In your case, I do believe your efforts with 6 RAWs, only the final result don't nescessarily show that high dynamic range.
Many people mess up 'HDR' with 'Tonemapping', giving it an unusual tint to the photograph.
On your photograph, I don't see an higher range than a single picture, on the exception of the sun's overlap, which is why I asked. Is there something wrong with being interested in that?