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Just Sharing Tides Out.

Piquet

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Nice one
 

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Beautiful shot.
 

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Nowt wrong with yellow sand. There's nothing wrong with the picture either as it stands but wonder if losing almost all of the empty foreground, which isn't adding anything, up to just below the deadwood would make more of the deadwood and that amazing sky. Kind of like a letterbox pano crop.
 

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Nowt wrong with yellow sand. There's nothing wrong with the picture either as it stands but wonder if losing almost all of the empty foreground, which isn't adding anything, up to just below the deadwood would make more of the deadwood and that amazing sky. Kind of like a letterbox pano crop.
Like this :grin:. Yes, you are right on and I was wondering whether I would get away with it as I prefer the first for some reason. It was starting to rain at this stage and we were about half a K from the car. The missus didn't want to get wet. :rolleyes:

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Yeah, like that but keep all the width and all the sky.
 

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The original is really good - dramatic sky, and feelings of isolation and loneliness...quite apt, under the circumstances!
 
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