LittleNets House

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  1. plumkrazy

    plumkrazy TPF Noob!

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    the picture is fine, but what's with the title? if you're intention was to get the trees, you did a nice job of that, if it's the little tiny thing on the stump, you're a little far away :p
     
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    hahaha, i sure hope that little thing wasn't the focus of the shot!!

    anywho... talk about a variety of colors! :shock:
     
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    hehe yeh.... There is a lot of color variation in this and with the red tree in front and then the green background and all the diferent color behind that... It just seems a little overwhelming.

    Although, I must say... I do like the way that the red tree in the foreground of the photograph frames the shot.
     
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    I like it to be honest. I think the busy-ness is fine - because it's a busy little garden and the photo captures it wonderfully.
     
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    Very nice. I agree, the business works well with this shot.
     
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    Thank you guys. I know it's busy but the whole front yard is like that. And I have wanted to take a picture of that tree for a long time. And I call the girl that lives there littlenet. :wink:
     
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    I like the crop. I especially like the way you processed the colors selectively. It's definitely not a flat photo--nice 3D illusion. I think colors are the collective theme of the photo.

    I like your photo very much
     

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