Thought I'd try this one...

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    Due to the minimal content, I thought I'd put the horizon in the middle.. Do you think it works?

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    Someone vandalized your photo, and wrote all over it.
     
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    Sorry... imported directly from SmugMug...

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    I'm home now, so I can put up a photo without the watermark... the original question concerned the composition... any comments, good or bad would be appreciated..

    thanks,

    r

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    This is a pretty tough call, I think... I've scrolled up and down, to 'crop' the shot on my monitor. Each, of course, has a different feel. Can't really say if one of the three is better than the others.
     
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    Just thought I'd try something... I know that splitting the picture in half isn't the most appropriate - but - with only 2 small objects of interest, I wondered if this treatment would appeal to anyone. But - I can explain all day, but if the eye dzn't like it, it's a moot point.. I still can't make up my mind, so I thought I'd get some opinions... :D

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