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Old Sep 11, 2009, 8:05 PM   #1
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Old Sep 12, 2009, 5:15 AM   #2
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As Bynx has reasonably put it in this forum recently, the Orton effect is not for every shot...And now I see another good choice from you after 'The Path of Light' which quite appealed to me. However, compositionally, I wish you might have been able to allow a more drawing opening or escape point, imo...

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As Bynx has reasonably put it in this forum recently, the Orton effect is not for every shot...And now I see another good choice from you after 'The Path of Light' which quite appealed to me. However, compositionally, I wish you might have been able to allow a more drawing opening or escape point, imo...

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Old Sep 14, 2009, 10:38 PM   #4
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What a great shot! This shot would not have been possible if without a pair of sensitive eyes. Great framing here as the apportionment of the shrubs and the tall trees is just about right, resulting in a good mix of colors. Like very much the silky feeling of the barren branches from the tall brown trees. On the whole, this shot has an impressionistic feeling in it. It deserves to be made into a print for mounting in a seating room to warm the room up. Pete
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