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Date: Thu April 29, 2004
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The composition is great. I love the way the branch draws your eye across the photo from top right to lower left and then your eye follows the distant trees back up to the right again. The monochromatic blue is beautiful.
#1 Sat May 8, 2004 5:34am

Nice pic, but a scene looking for a focal point.
#2 Tue May 11, 2004 10:11am

I agree with Neddy no real focal point and the bottom sort of washed out.
#3 Tue May 11, 2004 12:05pm

agree with Neddy. The focus point seems to be on the branches, and the DOF doesn't reach the trees. Assuming they were the subject.
#4 Tue May 11, 2004 10:15pm

I completey disagree with Neddy I see you were searching for emotion with this pic not so much what is in focus and what isn't I see it as representation of what you or I would be feeling at the moment of seeing this scene, which is very well documented here. I hate snow and winter but to be able to capture this on film is very lovely indeed. Great job.
#5 Wed May 12, 2004 6:27am

I don't thing it's a ten... even for me ! but it makes feel happy, that's what life is all about Smile
It's a small crop of a quite larger picture.
I've found the falling branches to be very interesting with their light and elegant details.
The work on the background was to clean it up (fallen trees, road sign, ...) and increase the atmosphere with a tuning of the colours.
I must admit that a lot of pictures which are OK at full screen, are deleted by me after the resize to 600 pixels because of lack of interest.
#6 Wed May 12, 2004 1:45pm

I can understand Neddy, the eye is searching for something to alight on, and you end up returning to the branches just encroaching from the left. Its a pleasant scene but it needs something more.
#7 Wed May 12, 2004 3:35pm

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