Let me begin by saying I am talking about me not you... I tend to suggest things to people even when they are pick a nit stuff. Or sometimes just way outside the artist's vision. Without a few words from the artist I can sometimes just plain get lost. So I say something like. I think it would have been a better shot if you cropped out the rabbit in the corner. Only to hear later that the shot was about the Bloody rabbit in the first place. (thats new composition for you) Well that might be a bit far fetched, but I do hear a lot that my critique misses the mark. Which is interesting because everyone knows I'm always right. Now I'm a big believer in the image speaks for itself..... but sometimes I need a little help seeing someone else's vision. So if I do miss your vision please don't be shy about saying so. The only real opinion worth a flip in the end is the artist's. He was there, we weren't. If he wants to shoot it upside down thats his right. It's our right not to like it, but he certainly isn't wrong for doing it. Now what I'm trying to get to here is maybe we need to make sure that after a certain amount of cooling off time, we go back look at our images and write a closure to them. After having looked at this I think you are all full of crap should do nicely. Don't you ever wonder what the shooter thought. I know I do.