Fence and statley home c 'n' c

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  1. puyjapin

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    O my gosh such a beautiful home.
     
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    And a great pic, too. Nice work. (if I WAS to get picky, it'd be over the greenish hue on the fence)
     
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    i wish the owner of the house hadn't planted a tree in what appears to be directly infront of the right flank of the house...

    very unbalanced as far as architecture goes..but I think you did a good job of capturing it.
     
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    yes i agree the tree is distracting, they sent me off when i got my chainsaw out!
    unbalanced how?
     
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    I think he means architecturally actually. Nothing to balance it on the other side.
     
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    I like the saturation of the green on the fence. Great photo.
     
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    Wow there's a lot going on in that shot.

    - the fence is cool
    - the shadow of the fence is cool
    - the trees on the left are cool
    - the house is cool

    In the end, I almost wish the house wasn't there because the stupid tree in front of it kinda mucks it up. I think I would have spent quite a bit of time trying to make the shot more about the fence and it's shadow than anything.

    Still, very cool.
     
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    I think that's moss on the fence posts.
     
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    or a green wood.. not sure.. but its deffinatly not a WB thing.. its natural
     
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    its a mossy stuff
     
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    very nice photo. I like the natural yet posed (posed isnt the right word but you know what i mean!) feeling it has.

    I think darkening the sky would make it match the rest of the photo.
     

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