Old Barn

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  1. umd81

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    I didnt really think much of this when i took it, but after i downloaded it, i really liked it. Let me know what you think. Thanks

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    IMO, the bars across the top are distracting--they draw your attention, but there's really nothing interesting there.

    It seems like a cool place for more pics, though.
     
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    I gotta admit, I would have climbed on the roof and took a shot of that wonderfully coloured forrest with the mountains in the background. Soz mate.
     
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    I took plenty pics of those. I just thought this one stood out for some reason...i guess i'm the only one=)
     
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    No you aren't the only one but the others have a point as well. If you have a shoot with good strong elements and something is not quite right, once you figure it out and if you can fix it. Just clone out the diagonal top line and crop it so the post on the right is the end of the shot on that side and the one straight horizontal post is the the top... I did it and it look much much better.
     

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