Do any of these have potential?

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  1. abnormalreply

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    I think the photo of the match sticks is the best of the bunch.
     
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    I prefer the picture of the rocks, but it could be focused better.
     
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    i like no6,her expression and the color she is wearing goes well with the photo.
     
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    Potential for what?
     
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    I agree. :)
     
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    The matchsticks is a good shot. The only bad thing I have to say is that it would be a little more pleasing to the eye if the focus followed the rule of thirds. Not bad though.

    Honestly the rest aren't that interesting to me.
     
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    1) great shot.
    the rest are not interesting imo
     
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    I agree that #1 is the best, however, I wish it were sharper.
     
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    Just my 2 cents

    #1. Good shot but try focusing the entire line and crop it accordingly. As of now it feels incomplete.
    #2. I liked this one for it's color overlay. Nice work for the bluish/green tinge.
    #3. Would've been a better shot if you tried from a different angle - say, a bit from down to up.
    #4. Decent one, but try to make it a bit more bluish - sky, and see the change.
    #5. This is a normal one but if you would've tried to concentrate on those lamp posts in horizontal angular way, I assume it would've been better. Just a suggestion.
    #6. Arguably, the best of the lot - your Indian model goes really good with the yellow flower pattern. Excellent one.
     

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