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Old Apr 9, 2010, 9:24 PM   #1
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Old Apr 9, 2010, 9:27 PM   #2
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The Säve River reflection of the grain mill
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Very nice series. I like all and the last one best. I like how the mill is framed by the sky, the creek, and the trees on the right and left. A little more off the top and bottom and it might have been a perfect square.
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Very nice series. I like all and the last one best. I like how the mill is framed by the sky, the creek, and the trees on the right and left. A little more off the top and bottom and it might have been a perfect square.
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The square format is not exactly "modern". Couldn't care less. I often use it when it's necessary and sometimes when I "feel" for it

One thing is for sure, to me: The 16:9 aspect of monitors (not photos) is a catastrophy to photography. Well, it's a discussion forum. Hehe

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Yes, I think I like this one better. It's like looking through a square hole and being drawn at something very warm and inviting.

"Catastrophe to photography" has a nice ring to it. I like it.
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