Grass in Stone

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  1. marcuspeddle

    marcuspeddle TPF Noob!

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    Taken at Gyeongpo Lake, Gangneung City, South Korea.
    This is a fairly decent photo at 8x10 but I don't think the details are going to be clear enough qt 600 pixels high. :(
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, it loses a bit here and I would think that a print could bring out the contrasts more than we see here. What we see is fairly grey all in all.
    What I do like about this is the triangular composition of the grass as it grows between the stones, one tuft in the upper third, and the "row" at the bottom, with the stone providing you with some diagonals.
     
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    Thank you for commenting. The placement of the grasss is what attracted me to the scene. It would be nice if you could see the real prints.
     

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