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Date: Sat September 4, 2010
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mortong
Or Inside looking out? Nice shot - but I would crop it to remove the windows on the left edge.
#1 Sat September 4, 2010 10:45pm

phototoad
Cool, nice exposure...
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#2 Sat September 4, 2010 11:51pm

BOBWED
I agree with Mort on the crop. Clearly the focal point is the centered door and window above. And, the fine shadowing on that beautifully done brick wall is very pleasing. The left side windows simply distracts the eye to another outside scene. There is no point to that.


For me, and it probably is just my perspective since I am such a dudder when it comes to comp sometimes. What I find intriguing is how you captured that tree immediately outside the doorway. The same tree's upper branches are seen through the window above the door. And, in that respect the views of these two openings are interrelated. Well seen. Really great. Excellent photo-eye. Wire, when you are on it, you are really on it. I'd love to give the post a 10 rating, but I think Mort's point is correct. What would be really neat might be to alter it and post it again. Just a thought. Thanks
#3 Sun September 5, 2010 3:46am

BOBWED
One more thing. Just want to say to you that you are a great teacher. Many of your posts really makes me work when I study them. I learn a lot. Thanks.
#4 Sun September 5, 2010 3:49am

wire
I'll take the points on board.But i live and learn by my mistakes so..................the window stays!
#5 Sun September 5, 2010 9:08pm




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