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    Thanks for looking. :)
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    I like the composition, the odd number of posts makes this very interesting. My eye keeps bouncing right to left to reconcile...Thanks for sharing...
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    Thanks for the comment. I go back and forth on this shot. The front post on the right tends to dominate the composition more than I would have liked.
    It bothers me less when printed 8x10. I don't know.
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    Playing devils advocate, that to me is what makes the shot. It dominates the shot enough to grab your attention, you land on the post look around and back to the post. Others may like more balance but I think it works.
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    Beautiful shot. I would love to know the details of the shot. Lens, f/, shutter, and iso, I mean.
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    Thanks. D90 | Nikon 17-55mm f/2.8 at f/11 and 40mm | 20 sec | 10 stop ND filter

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