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    A bridge leading to the past

    Hi all,
    I sort of like this picture, but something's missing or wrong; not sure what, C&C (help) most welcome.

    A bridge leading to the past

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    Re: A bridge leading to the past

    Hi John

    I'm not sure but maybe if you'd taken the shot from a position a bit to the left of where you were (if possible), then we'd get a clear view of St Paul's. Also the lines of the furthest part of the bridge might have been more distinct. As it is, the closest part of the bridge is perhaps a bit too dominant. Good concept though.

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    Re: A bridge leading to the past

    I think Dave has nailed, John. From this angle the 2nd part of the bridge seems to be a bit out of focus, and then St Paul's seems to be more clearly focused even though it is further away.

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    Re: A bridge leading to the past

    John, I would agree with the above comments. Funny thing is that I just saw a capture from what appears to be taken from the left of where you were.

    http://www.viewbug.com/photo/3527347

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