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    i found this lonely tree on a bleak hillside near a place called wetwang in Yorkshire.just as storm front was rolling in.so just time for a couple of shots
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    i wasnt a big fan of the rule of thirds for this shot as i like the tree position in the middle.
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    Re: tree

    I like the color in the first shot and do like the rule of thirds positioning of the tree. I wonder if by showing a bit more of the foreground and sky you will get more of the desolate feeling that you captured in the second crop.

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    Re: tree

    Both images are stunning for completely different reasons.

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    Re: tree

    Paul I like both images, 2 alittle bit more. I cant help but wonder if the clouds were moving. that looks like a great shot for the nd filter and a loooong exposure. super shots indeed.

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    Re: tree

    Lovely shot. Like them both.

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    Re: tree

    I too like both. Nicely done, Paul.

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    Re: tree

    Nicey done paul, I like the expance of #2 gives a real sense of loneliness.

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    Re: tree

    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneS View Post
    I like the color in the first shot and do like the rule of thirds positioning of the tree. I wonder if by showing a bit more of the foreground and sky you will get more of the desolate feeling that you captured in the second crop.
    thanks for the feed back everyone.yes the clouds were moving and at quite a pace as well.ive got another image that i'm working on that i'll try that on.

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    Re: tree

    Hi Paul,
    I think No.2 is a fantastic picture.
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