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Old Oct 1, 2006, 3:55 AM   #21
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As already stated above, I also liked the sun rays through the trees and the long shadows they make on the green grass. I can say that the composition of the tall poplar trees is very successful. Now,I think, what upsets the things a little is the darkround trees behind, whose flat compositionclasheswith and steals fromthe vertical one of the poplar's in the front.
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As already stated above, I also liked the sun rays through the trees and the long shadows they make on the green grass. I can say that the composition of the tall poplar trees is very successful. Now,I think, what upsets the things a little is the darkround trees behind, whose flat compositionclasheswith and steals fromthe vertical one of the poplar's in the front.

yes i see what you mean. i thoght clone tool for a sec. but no, im not even going to try

thnks for the feedack

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