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Old Feb 1, 2014, 3:23 PM   #6
Ozzie_Traveller
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G'day BP

You will have heard the old phrase ... beauty is in the eye of the beholder
It also applies to photographs - in that what appeals to one of us / you - may not appeal to others in the audience

However, all photographs / sketches / paintings etc need to have a focal point, a centre of attention - something to grab the viewer's attention.
In this example you have said it's the tan-coloured house that caught your eye - and that's great for you

However for me, [and it appears others here], it doesn't stand out to my eye and regrettably just gets lost in all the other visuals

Keep trying mate - show us another view of the tan house, one that gives us a better view of it
Phil
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