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  1. robinchun

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  2. JakeT1992

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    Hi Robin,

    I'm sorry but this shot doesn't do much for me.
    The fence leads out of the image, so the only bit that the eye is drawn to is a patch of grass and a small muddy trail. Looking further in the otherside of the fence the houses and barn don't make for pleasing subjects. The sky isn't overly interesting either. I don't think any amount of PP could save this one, as the composition just isn't great.

    Jake
     
  3. robinchun

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    Jake..Thanks for looking and your comments which have been duly noted

    Robin
     
  4. mrtoad

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    and houses
    its a pity we can make our camera see what our brains see with all its emotive and compensating qualities
    its a stark reminder that if its there the sensor will pick it up
    cheers
    geof
     

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