Vanishing Vista....

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  1. Frequency

    Frequency Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    C&C please

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    Frequency, Picture #1 is the much stronger composition of the two. In pic 2, the bus becomes the main subject, not the road rambling through the desolate landscape. I also like the wild flowers off to the right side of the road. Maybe getting lower to the ground, and a slight angling towards them would be a good way to bring them further into the picture, and at the same time help to eliminate some of the uninteresting scrub growth on the left side.
     
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    Frequency Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thank you Joel; you are right; actually the image with bus was unnecessary; if at all it was included, it should be proceeding away from the observer......
    I too feel happy about those wild flowers.....

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    I prefer the first also with its strong colour and lead in from the road. Have you tried cropping about a thumbs with (as you see it on screen) from the right to see if it looks better without the larger stick and larger tree to make the flora a bit more regular. ( it may or may not improve)
     
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    Thank you Jaomul...i never thought that way..... you mean as we see in the second image?

    Regards :D
     
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    Ya Frequency, like the composition in #2
     
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    Good idea... that brings the flowers into that corner at a reaching distance too :D

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    #1 is like a painting...awesome! :)

    The bus takes attention away from the landscape, and the bright reflection on the front doesn't help.

    Where was this taken?
     
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    @Ronaldo... i really liked your trim-out; it saves all essentials and removes non essentials :D
     
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    Thank you FP; this was taken from one of the village in Karnataka, named Gundalpet, which is famous for floral cultivation.... when i was there i really felt that the place was not well exposed to tourists .....

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    I'll refrain from commenting on the composition, but from a technical standpoint these both appear soft, oversaturated and grainy, plus you have some sensor dust issues.
     

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