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    Lake Tinaro_FNQ (misty sunrise)

    One of my favourite locations
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    Minimalism at its best. Love the colours but I would try to apply the rule-of-thirds to the composition. Well done.

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    wow, beautiful shot. I get the sense of space your going for (I think) but personally I would have probably cropped a little tighter, and set the tree a little lower
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    Quote Originally Posted by thrtytwo View Post
    wow, beautiful shot. I get the sense of space your going for (I think) but personally I would have probably cropped a little tighter, and set the tree a little lower
    Tks Jamie,
    I agree, just did not want to loose the relection of the tree,
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    Quote Originally Posted by lazzam View Post
    Minimalism at its best. Love the colours but I would try to apply the rule-of-thirds to the composition. Well done.
    Yes, I may re-crop this one,
    Regards,
    Gary

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    i like it as is

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    If the tree was lower, wouldn't that lose the reflection?

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    Oops, sorry, I should read all posts before commenting. I see you also wanted the reflection to stay.
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    wow, totally failed to take the reflection on board when first viewing this image haha

    on second thought it is spot on haha

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    Well, a lot of default critiques anyway. Gary, why don't you click on the little triangle icon next to the Thanks icon and ask a Mod to put this thread into a normal forum, maybe Plants/Fungi?
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    I also just noticed this is in a non critique section of the forum (I just used the link to threads with no responses), I do apologise. still learning my way around the site.

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    Very nice photo Gary.
    Actually, I do like it a lot.
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    Thread closed. The posted placed this in NOT FOR CRITIQUE, and therefore members should not be providing critique.
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