Wheelbarrow

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  1. ADanstrom

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    the pole in the middle takes away from it IMO... kinda smacks me in the face
     
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    I can agree with that but the point was to show the fence so you could tell what the shadows on the wheelbarrow were.
     
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    couldn't u step to the right and get the fence + barrow w/out the pole?
     
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    o hey tyler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Yeah, not digging the pole... and it seems a little noisy.
     
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    Cropped down to remove the pole its a really nice shot. Framed differently to where the pole simply wouldn't have been right down the middle it could have been a fantastic shot.

    I understand wanting it to be clear what the shadows were caused by, but in this case I don't think it would have taken a Mensa member to see a chain link fence.
     
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    I have to agree with the others about the pole. Also next time upload at 1024x800
     
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    I like that its black and white, wish I saw the full wheelbarrow (seems choppy), and the pole accentuates the choppiness. I'd have to agree with previous posts that stepping to the right would help.
     

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