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    Fourth Post (DMG) More Flowers

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    Re: Fourth Post (DMG) More Flowers

    This is easily my favorite among those you have posted. It tells a "story" and is instantly recognizable as a shot from New England. I don't know if you included the bit of colonial house on purpose, or by accident, but it makes the shot. Put your thumb over it and look at the photo and you'll see what I mean.

    By getting down low like you did, it gives a great perspective and a 3D feel, which you want in landscapes, but is hard to get.

    As an exercise, I would suggest you compare this to your clock. This one had significantly great impact, at least for me. Is it the bold red? The great perspective? Not sure.

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    Re: Fourth Post (DMG) More Flowers

    Thank you so much for your positive comments. This too is one of my favorites. I see what you mean about the house in the back. I will admit that was accidental but, I see now the impact the background can make and it's something I will look out for while taking pictures in the future.

    This as been an overall great experience for me so far. So thank you again for that.

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