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    Mary Poppins in St Andrews

    Mary Poppins  in St Andrews


    All comment and critique welcome.

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    Re: Mary Poppins in St Andrews

    Sharon, very nice photograph. Bruce

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    Re: Mary Poppins in St Andrews

    Gorgeous!

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    Re: Mary Poppins in St Andrews

    Love it Sharon Great mood !!!

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    Re: Mary Poppins in St Andrews

    Maybe, I would try a slight crop from the bottom and right side.

    Is the bottom right corner just a little on the heavy side?

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    Re: Mary Poppins in St Andrews

    Amazing imagination and wonderful processing skills.

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    Re: Mary Poppins in St Andrews

    Great eye for an image and neat PP....

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    Re: Mary Poppins in St Andrews

    Thank you Bruce, Mike, Alfred, Donald, Richard and Geoff for your comments.

    Geoff, I have looked at the crops you suggested but if I take anything off the bottom the strreet loses depth that I feel works well within the shot. Thanks for taking the time to comment though and know that I have considered your suggestions vey seriously.

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