Cajon Creek

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  1. abraxas

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    Beautiful!...would have cut out the leaves on the bottom left and showed a little more of the light at the end.
     
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    I would crop out the top part where the bright sun is coming through- that takes away from you shot. Other than that it would be decent, the shot isn't very strong by itself.


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    Thanks- I appreciate the comments. Helps to get another set of eyes on it.
     
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    I like the leaves at the bottom...the yellow adds another layer of color that is not too over the top. And while I would not crop out the bright spot at the top, perhaps trying to bring down the light intesity a bit might reduce the "burned" look. Overall a quaint picture, well composed.......good job!

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    Thanks Brian. I think it is a bit much at the top- I wish I could have got more yellow along the left from the leaves up to the bright part. Maybe a little more of the sunlight hitting the brush on the right.
     

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