Chinese Fan

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  1. M3l0diks0ul

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  2. Rod-UK

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    Could do with a lot more contrast, not very clear where the bush ends and the water begins
    A different position may have helped, avoiding the two trees
     
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    If this were color maybe there would be some visual seperation between the subject and the surrounding area, as is there doesn't seem to be any single point of interest.
     
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    too much chaos i'd say
     
  5. LaFoto

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    Chaos can well be the theme of a photo, but then you'd have to zoom in on nothing but what you want to capture as chaos. Here you have your eye on the bush that reminds you of a Chinese Fan, your title suggests as much, but you don't manage to draw OUR eyes to that. They are blocked by the two trees that cut your photo in three parts plus the "Chinese Fan" doesn't stand out at all by lack of contrast. Personally, I too am finding this photo very overexposed.
     

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