taking shelter

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  1. thebeginning

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    I like it as it is. Great shot!
     
  3. Cuervo79

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    Although te crop intensifies the subjects, I feel that you could crop a little bit less to get more trees, since the birds and the tree also stand out. I would crop to leave only the right part, until the tree next to the branch that the birds are standing, and less sky
     
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    i would crop the height slighly,the top of the trees to the top third, but leave the width as it is..
     
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    The photo doesn't need a crop as tight as yours, I think, for the silhouetted twigs add to the overall gloom (and need for shelter). If you don't want to go for a panoramic-like photo (by following Dalebe's suggestion for cropping), but if you want to stay with the custom size of a photograph, you could crop in from the top and left, getting rid of the second bush, that one there on the left.
     

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