My first pic to be critiqued

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  1. nitter

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    In my opinion this pic has been shot from too far away, the viewpoint is too high, and the horizon is sloping.
     
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    yea, I think it would be better if it was closer, I would also crop off a little on the top.
     
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    I think it would be a better shot if you had included the horizon. the slope would have pushed the grandeur to a greater level. I like it!
     
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    I like the fact it's so far away, makes it unique. "From up here the people look like ants. They are ants michael, they are ants." - family guy.
     
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    I think I would crop a bit off the right side and off the top... that way, the sloping horizon wouldn't be as obvious, and water filling the top of the frame would add to the sense of space.

    I also like it taken from that far away... nice composition.
     
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    Yeah cropping the top would make help a ton.
     

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