the warmth

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  1. tsien

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    hmmm... i'm not sure about this one since my eyes just kept jumping around and couldn't really find a solid subject :?
     
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    I agree. the colors are wonderful and the subjects are interesting, however, the composition is off a bit. perhaps if the angle of which the photo was taken was adjusted in such a manner... perhaps rotate more of the window into the frame.
     
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    I see your point now. Thanks. How about putting it this way? Guess it looks just too mundane.

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    Crop from the left mate. This could be a good shot. Use the things on the windowsill as your subjects.

    I know you wanted to capture warmth - but it needs subjects. The window sill is the obvious. Crop from the left.
     
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    I don't think you have anything to salvage here. I'd just move on and try to reshoot it.
     
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    Crap. See above.
     

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