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    grain silo

    f14 1/250s iso 200 5dgrain silo

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    Re: grain silo

    It's a good shot Jack, sharp and well exposed. The coposition throws me a little though. It almost seperates into two shots but not quite. The leading lines/rails lead my eye towards the hillside and shadow then I bounce over and have a look at the silo. I think it works a little more cohesively if you crop off the lower bit of tracks going from 8x12 to 8x10. This could just be me and I look forward to hearing others thoughts here.

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    Re: grain silo

    I agree with Paul and my pet preference would be to crop with the right hand rail going into the corner of the shot.

    This also removes the distraction of the cabling between the rails and th edark clump of soil on left.

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