Tower and trees

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  1. tb2

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    A bit of an experimental composition using a wide zoom at 22mm (35mm equiv.). Does it work? Is there too little to it? Do the two centres of attention compete rather than complement? What do you think?


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  2. Chase

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    I really enjoy the perspective on this one, makes it for a very interesting shot in my opinion. I think its a winner.
     
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    I like the perspective, nice combination of castle and trees in the composition.
     
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    Hi tony,

    i love the trees from that angle, but i'm not so sure about the combination with the castle - perhaps if the lower branch didn't bisect the window detail...

    just my op.

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