A Walk Down The Road

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    nice work =P
    i like how the road leads your eye into the scene
     
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    thank you! you're the first one who has commented about that...i purposely did that cause my mentor was telling me about how my shots' focal points were not strong enough
     
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    bump
     
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    The hill/clouds make a perfect background, but the foreground isn't that interesting to me. I would like to see something other than the road and the pond, its a good picture of a unspectacular scene. Just search for something a little more grasping.

    Like if the sunsets of this particular hill, take that scene without the road, just the hill and the sunset, i could picture this scene on higher level under the right circumstances.
     
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    I think the combination of water and the green grass or tress is match made in heaven. Adding the sunlight or blue sky become the perfect natural scenery. The "village" atmosphere feeling is strongly present. I like it, but I think there is something else that can be added to it. What that be do you think. ??
     
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    i dno...maybe people on the bridge?
     

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