Old homestead

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  1. GrfxGuru

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    Whilst visiting an old homestead in Lewisville (TX) I fired off some shots that I thought were interesting. Rest can be found on my flickr.

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    Thanks for looking, other sizes on the flickr page.
     
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    First and second shots seem a little bland to me; almost look faded out.
    Your third shot has wonderful colors and interesting subjects; I just wished the composition was a bit better. It seems to be cutoff somehow in my opinion.

    JMHO
     
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    cool shots, where in texas are you?
     
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    +1

    #3 has depth and texture, but may be better as a portrait to show the entire pot at the bottom.
     
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    Thanks for the comments, yeah I would agree with comments on #1 &#2. They were in a heavily shaded overhang and used Flash to pop some light in there and probably over did it.

    #3 had a window just to the right of the crop (by window I essentially mean a big hole in the wall) and it was way to distracting so I cropped in tight. I could easily of composed as portrait looking back at it now.

    ....where in TX, mid cities area between Ft.Worth and Dallas :)

    Thanks again for the comments.
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