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Old Mar 1, 2004, 7:07 AM   #1
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Old Mar 1, 2004, 10:10 AM   #2
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Heh,
The horizon is almost on the meanie line(Blue or golden), and where the two fence meet with the white thingamagic it is just offside to one of the intersection lines.

Makes a nice image though.
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Nothing broken here! I'm beginning to think it's harder to break the rule than it is to stick to it.

This is a lovely, peaceful image, and I really like it.
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Nothing broken here! I'm beginning to think it's harder to break the rule than it is to stick to it.
See, without even trying I can hit the 3's!

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This is a lovely, peaceful image, and I really like it.
Thank you! Too bad I didn't own a polarizer when I took that!
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I can see the instructor at a workshop I took recently diving in front of the projector to wave his cropping templates so as to crop the bottom of this photograph just below the point where the fence leaves the image on the right. Then you would have it - strongly broken rule of thirds, and for a reason - to emphasize the smallness of the buildings beneath an infinity of sky.
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With my scroll bar I couldn't take more than 1/2 to 3/4 inch off bottom. I also like it. The rolling hills emphasized by the fencing, the gentle puffy clouds, a lovely pastoral scene. Very nice.

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Thank you for the compliments!
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to emphasize the smallness of the buildings beneath an infinity of sky.
Scrolling so as to crop as described, I saw how perfect the picture became.
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