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    "Gone Fishing on a lazy afternoon"

    "Gone Fishing on a lazy afternoon"

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    Re: "Gone Fishing on a lazy afternoon"

    John,

    This is an interesting image! Of course, I like fishing and seeing different areas.

    I realize that the walls and buildings at the top of the image give a certain geographical feeling to the image but, I do like it a bit cropped off the top, say a bit below the cluster of houses at the top.

    Wow! That's a long pole that the fisherman is using!

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    Re: "Gone Fishing on a lazy afternoon"

    I tried to recrop this as for me there seems too much going on and no real focal point. I failed to improve it! However, I did get an interesting variation applying a quick LOMOish type effect. Not better, just different...

    "Gone Fishing on a lazy afternoon"

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    Re: "Gone Fishing on a lazy afternoon"

    How about this as an alternative edit?

    "Gone Fishing on a lazy afternoon"

    PS: How's this for a co-incidence ... I uploaded the pic via TInyPic, but from the actual TinyPic website. The website makes you enter 2 words to ensure I'm a human and not a robot ... and the two words it made me enter were "gone fishing"!

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    Re: "Gone Fishing on a lazy afternoon"

    Richard /Peter / Colin,
    Many thanks for all your feed back.
    From Colin's edit, I can see he agree's with you Richard about cropping the top of the Picture, I must say I also think it looks better. The colour adjustment is also much better.
    Peter, I agree the effect you applied certainly gave the picture a completely different feel.

    Thank you all for your comments and for taking the time to do the edits.

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