A stroll in the park

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  1. tb2

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    and thats how it should be, take photos for yourself, and no-one else. Ask yourself what is it you like about the image, then apply the principles to other shot.
    Nice composition, good colour and nice subject, overall a very pleasing photo.
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    Ditto what Boon said...
    I like it also. There's a lot to study and I spent a lot of time looking at each subject trying to figure out what each person was doing. I kept looking at the little group of people on the left border and wondered how many of the group may have been cut out with the crop.
     
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    Very nice still life. Something you would have seen done by the impressionist in their paintings.--Lenny
     
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    I really need to get over to that side of the world. Good capture
     
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    Thanks for the feedback folks. As you observe, the shot has something of the qualities you see in Victorian paintings. I have to say, however, that wasn't the thought in my mind when I took the shot. I simply wanted to record the park getting its first proper use of the year!

    http://photoreflect.blogspot.com
     
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    Excellent capture! As everyone has said, it is very interesting see all the different groups of people, each with their own story.
     
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    what a beautiful scene!
     
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    great shot.. except for the pitbull eyeing up the brown lab for lunch! hehehe.. jk! love it.
     

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