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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Nod, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. Nod

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    Cool shot.....
     
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    I like the old wood of the barn and rail fencing. The water/trees contrast is good and the clouds really burst. I think it would work better if the two poles in the foreground 'disappeared'.
     
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    Here's the crop, better ?

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    I like this one much more.
     
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    Where is the subject? My eye is confused looking at this picture. It doesn't know where to go. there's nothing of any interest here really.
     
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    the colors seem a little dull/faded to me. perhaps its just the calibration of the monitor im on currently.
    Overall I like the picture, specially with the poles removed. Its a great scenic view. Relaxing.
     

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