Y'know how we know there should always be a primary point of interest in an image to which our attention is directed. Well .........!
On my recent holiday/vacation, I was inspired/enthralled by an image I saw hanging in gallery. It was by a wildlife/landscape photographer based in the Aviemore area of Scotland, Neil McIntyre. I haven't seen a copy of the image on his website (but there are lots of very good images on there).
Anyway, this image is from the same location and features the same trees as in his image. I didn't want to make a copy of his picture, but was inspired to make my picture, based on the same idea. His was in colour and in a panoramic format. Mine is B & W and square. And hoprefully, I've given mine my own stamp.
So, your thoughts and views are, as always, welcome. Particularly on that point of primary point of interest.
40D, 24-70mm f/2.8L @ 57mm. ISO100. 43s@f11