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Some recent local shots

Ozzie_Traveller

Old Hand
Premium Member
G'day mate

Agreed - they're all beaut images ... the 'but' for me is the horizon in each case slices right thru the middle of a visually interesting landscape
Maybe coz i'm an old bugga who like the rule-of-thirds i'd prefer less reflection :(

Phil
 

SFTphotography

Old Hand
G'day mate

Agreed - they're all beaut images ... the 'but' for me is the horizon in each case slices right thru the middle of a visually interesting landscape
Maybe coz i'm an old bugga who like the rule-of-thirds i'd prefer less reflection :(

Phil
Hi Phil - a lot say this about my images but for me symmetry is a must.

There’s a few photographers on social media who do as you’d suggest and actively crop or compose our reflections- and I always think - where’s the rest of it.
 

Ozzie_Traveller

Old Hand
Premium Member
Hi Phil - a lot say this about my images but for me symmetry is a must. There’s a few photographers on social media who do as you’d suggest and actively crop or compose our reflections- and I always think - where’s the rest of it.
Hi Stephen
All good mate - I do understand
Q- how's this for a re-interpretation of a beautiful reflection?
Phil
Stephen-UK.jpg
 
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