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Old May 27, 2012, 4:30 PM   #1
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Old May 27, 2012, 5:35 PM   #2
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G'day JJ

I think that you've done this very well
Good choice of lighting time / angle etc
Good cropping to concentrate the viewer's eye
Diagonal composition works for me too

Well done mate
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I like this shot and agree with Phil! Well done Jim.
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Thanks Phil and Catalex for the comments.

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What an intriguing photo... may seem like a depression or an elevation ... all depends on how we look at it.

It seems those optical illusions that we typically see

Fantastic job JJ
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What an intriguing photo... may seem like a depression or an elevation ... all depends on how we look at it.

It seems those optical illusions that we typically see

Fantastic job JJ
Thanks Rui for taking a look.

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Yeah, what Rui said.

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Yeah, what Rui said.

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