Legs, clouds, & the moon...

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  1. Indyost

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    Took this earlier tonight, any c&c appreciated :)

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    i like that alot. umm whats up with the legs
     
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    It's a gag statue put up by an eccentric millionaire here in Amarillo. Same guy that put up Cadillac Ranch. He encourages people to add their own touches to it :)
     
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    What I find fascinating about this image is the power poles. From image left to in between the legs they are sparse, then they turn and get very tight as the road turns and the shaven treeline to compliment. You have some dead space in the vertical, but not badly. The one thing that is just a wee bit off putting is the white space near the legs,
     
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    what a shot - lovely, but I think one could improve the composition - there is a bit too much dead space around. I also took the liberty of a bit of pp.

    So this is not what you took, but does it tell the story better?

    Thanks for sharing this[​IMG]

    PS putting the moon behind the clouds is easyto do - see
    http://www.broadhurst-family.co.uk/lefteye/MainPages/Tutorial_BlendIF.htm
     
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