Strange Building in the Snow

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  1. mentos_007

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    Kids fort?
     
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    dang mentos, how much snow do you have there? looks like the bridge keepers hut. :wink: love the design!

    your exposure of the snow is spot on!!!!
     
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    can i live in that house plz :D
    iny way great shot
     
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    the shot was taken in Czech Republik and there's now 2m 20 cm snow :)
     
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    Nice shot. The leading line works well and so does the lack of color except in the building.

    I think the building is the home of the travelling gnome.
     
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    What if you crop the bottom and the right to get rid of the lump on the right. You got that strong interest in the bridge and the house then this lump in the lower right corner.
     
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    yea, a crop at the bottom of the waterline tightens up the pic a lot... but it looks pretty good the way it is :)
     

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