Villa

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  1. danir

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    Thanks for looking.
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    nice shot dani. Personally I would go for a crop, a bit of blue off the top and less grass (probably above the open spot). And I would try to make the villa pop a little more (just a tiny bit). But good eye; the tree and villa go together well. :thumbup:







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    simple, elegant
    never fails =P
     
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    beautiful shot
     
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    i am not sure that qualifies as a villa... it looks abandoned. the crop is slightly awkward as well...
     
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    I like it too. I would crop below as Puscas suggested, but leave all of the sky ... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yahoozy put it well!

    And I like the expanse of sky above the house and tree. A crop from below might work, and a bit in from the right to get back to the usual print ratio, if necessary, but I, too, would leave all the sky inside the frame.

    To me, that place does not look abandoned.
     
  9. danir

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    Thaks for the comments everyone.
    I tried cropping the bottom but it seemed unbalanced to me.

    Dani.
     

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