Leaf

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  1. Veronica

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    i taked this picture in Oker river, i saw this leaf carried away by water and i liked capture the moment in which the leaf was rooted near the bank of the river, like it so small wanted to protect itself.

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    Maybe it's just me, but it looks like too much post processing.
     
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    I like the photo. But, it may have a bit too much of that sepia-ish color to it. I don't think the leaf stands out enough in color to the hue of the rest of the image.

    I am a noob at photography though, so my opinion is very, VERY poor to go on. So yeah... Just saying what I thought.
     
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    When I first looked at this I said to myself -where is the leaf? There is way too much blank space. I'm also not crazy about the overall image color. Is the leaf on snow? Long exposure rushing water? I'm really sorry, but this image just isn't working for me at all.
     

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