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    Winter Garden

    Winter Garden

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    Re: Winter Garden

    I am looking for a point of interest

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    Re: Winter Garden

    Quote Originally Posted by JR1 View Post
    I am looking for a point of interest
    The interest to me was stated in the title.

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    Re: Winter Garden

    Ah...you were injecting a bit of O'Henry into the equation. Would have missed it.

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    Nice colors and patterns in nature John Blue parts in the sky distracts a bit, I would do something about them if the image was mine (desaturating a bit or may be cropping) I like the contrast between bright green and dark winter colors.

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    Re: Winter Garden

    Quote Originally Posted by bnnrcn View Post
    Nice colors and patterns in nature John Blue parts in the sky distracts a bit, I would do something about them if the image was mine (desaturating a bit or may be cropping) I like the contrast between bright green and dark winter colors.
    Hi Binnur,

    Thanks for the comments and suggestions.

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    Re: Winter Garden

    I see your interest, John. And Binnur seems right on to me in suggesting you devote more of the area in the image to it. Cropping out a good bit of sky brings the interesting "...contrast between bright green and dark winter colors." to the fore. It would helpful to lose the distracting pergola on the left margin too, with a clone-out or careful crop.

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    Re: Winter Garden

    Quote Originally Posted by Downrigger View Post
    I see your interest, John. And Binnur seems right on to me in suggesting you devote more of the area in the image to it. Cropping out a good bit of sky brings the interesting "...contrast between bright green and dark winter colors." to the fore. It would helpful to lose the distracting pergola on the left margin too, with a clone-out or careful crop.
    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for the comments and critique.

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