Leading lines of electricity

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  1. ArA

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    decent i like where you are going but it would be nice for you to explore this idea further. like shoot with a wider angle (if you have one) and maybe get some detail shots too
     
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    i like this shot. I agree a wider angle may be interesting too but I like this a lot. I really like the symmetry but at the same time asymmetry. It is a contrast between man and nature.
     

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