Springtime countryside

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Right round here just now:

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    What do you say about the composition?
     
  2. Renair

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    I like it. I love the lead in lines and the contrasts...
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Agree with Renair. The lines are great coming in and going out. The combination of color and varying hues of green is very interesting and I really like the green/yellow on the hilltop.
     
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    I think you could do with a better crop, maybe cutting into that bottom green bit?
     
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    I really really like this one, Corinna! The lines of the blooming and not-yet-blooming furrows leads one's eye into the shot, and then there are those three shades of green along the top, with the 'flatness' of the scene broken by the trees/treeline.
     
  6. danir

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    I love the composition Corinna.
    I do feel that the green is a little over saturated though.

    Dani.
     
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    ^^^ Which green do you mean? Near the top, I think the bright patch is actually yellow canola. The colours look fine to me.
     
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    Nope. I meant the green.

    Dani.
     
  9. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh, but ... at this time of the year - and in the light I had - the colour green IS this bright, there is absolutely no need to play with the saturation at all, it is all this very, very saturated, even out there, to the eye, in nature...

    Thanks for having come to look and comment, all. I was cruising past this scene in search for someplace else, really, and there was a gap in the bushes on the side of the road that gave me this view. I could not go past just like that, i.e. without a photo.

    And yes, the top yellow is canola (rape).
     
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    Nice semi-abstract feel to the shot Corinna. The lines in the fields and particularly the slice of yellow really lifts it.

    Regards, Tony
     

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