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Old Dec 11, 2005, 11:44 PM   #1
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frustration is bringing me to posting stuff that i have no idea of interest.

i think it's cool, but...

do any of you?
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Old Dec 12, 2005, 1:53 AM   #2
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I like the idea but the big ugly stuff in the background keeps drawing my attention, as well as the trees. A tighter crop would elimintate that, but then the image gets a little square and looses some depth. While I think the potential is there, this one doesn't do much for me.
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thanks, brian.

i'm right there with you.

let me go over a few other similar shots, and see what i can come up with.


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Wow Scot,

Did you fall over or something ? Ok so there is some water, but no sign of a dusk or dawn in this shot. I'm overwhelmed. :blah:

Nice to see something different from you.... nice one.


The burned right corner blends well thith your water so not a big problem there. Its an unusual persprective however I agree something or nothing would have been better as a background.
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Wow Scot,

Did you fall over or something ? Ok so there is some water, but no sign of a dusk or dawn in this shot. I'm overwhelmed. :blah:
thats funny..

it was a bit surprising to see this one.. but i like the perspective.. maybe get a little further out in the water and shoot slightly more at the bank.. this could allow you to keep the interaction between the water and the pebbles without the background distractions..

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