once again - Italian landscape

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  1. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    taken in Italy 1,5 month ago.
    a bit of postprocessing ...

    my question is: is it too busy? but of course other critiques also appreciated
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    Although it is busy I don't think it's too busy. It just holds my attention.
    Maybe you could make the bushes and the bottom of the picture darker so your eye is drawn more to the stunning blue of the lake (I think it's lake not ocean/sea?). But only if YOU think it's too busy. :)

    I definately like it just the way it is.
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    it a sea :) actually - Maditerrenian (sp??? ), this stunning colour of the sea is natural :)
     
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    Technically well done with the steps in the lower right leading easily to the top of the image where the inviting water waits. Not too busy.

    It is a nice shot and, hopefully, it was a nice trip...

    Tuna
     
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    I like the colors and agree with tuna. The photo looks to be leaning a little to the left though not alot but a little.
     

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