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  1. crawdaddio

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    i like the first one. very geometric. it's hard to tell with black and white, but are those cars driving by making light lines? i like how the lines of the side walk point to the tree and box. i think i would crop the left side in a bit though to get the symetry back.
     
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    Whoa! Haven't seen you post for a long time! And looking at these shots brings home how much I've missed seeing them. I really like them all, but there's something about the clean lines and simplicity of the first one that really appeals to me.
     
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    Hi.
    Thank you for your comment.
    I love the square medium format photography because it forces one to slow down and compose.
    If one were to crop the photo from the left a little bit it would lose the a-symmetry, the...'not-quite-so-perfect' alignment of lines that your eye may be seeking.

    I do not make perfect photos.
    There are reasons for everything, no?
     
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    LOVE THE SECOND, but why did you crop out the shadow of the second tree?

    even the first is nice
     
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    I like the first one. My eyes were drawn to the mailbox even though its very small.

    I also love the 3rd one! Cool shots
     

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