down by the river x 3

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  1. Pjoseph

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    just one bump
     
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    well I like them, the sepia one of the tree is my fave
     
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    I agree. I like the sepia one myself best. The Piture on top of the tree in the water I think could have been better had you moved to the right more and singled it out. As the solitary tree in the photo I believe it could have made more of an impact. I also think all three could have been made a little better by moving the horizon either up or down just a little.
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    thank you both for the comments. i'll try to keep the horizon a little more in mind the next time i'm shooting.
     
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    I also like the sepia one. I like the crawling shadow of the tree.

    When posting multiple photos try to keep some space between them - easier to look at them that way.

    Dani.
     

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