Lonesome Tree - Please C&C

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  1. Jon_Are

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    Go ahead and give it to me: The good, the bad & the ug.

    Thanks,

    Jon

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    I like it, I think it brings forth a sad feeling, but in a good way :)
     
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    I like it, too. It has a sense of loss yet hope of renewal with the tree at the other end of the field.
     
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    I like it too :)
     
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    Wow, I had no idea there were so many lonesome trees; we should get them all together. :lol:

    Thanks for the kind words, everyone.

    Jon
     
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    great shot!! i would say the tilt is bit off (its a bit crooked)
    i would want a little more detail to the tree but thats near impossible being it so far away and its b&w
     
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    Its a great shot.
     
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    I love this concept, no matter how overdone it is. This is a really great picture too. It would like to see a bigger version :).
     
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    Nothing is overdone if its done well.
    Good job on this.
     
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    I find the uncut crop on the left a tiny bit distracting, but that's definitely being overly picky. I really like the foreground texture and your use of leading lines. The conversion is also excellent.
     
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    I really like this, the solitude of the tree and the aparent movement in the sky work really well.

    Dean
     

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