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    Taken at SBG today. C&Cs welcome!


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    Exclude the left flowers would make the composition look better.
    The white patch of bg on the right top corner is a "-" for this pix. Just my opinion.

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    Finally!! A comment.. Thank you so much for your thoughts on this.
    The flowers on the left are supposed to be the 'neighbours' that the two 'talking heads' are communicating with.

    Agree with the white patch in the BG. Will take note next time. Good flower shots not as easy as I thought.

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    WELL DONE!
    It is indeed a very interesting title! Truly captivating! There are plenty of nice pictures around, but to name it with such a suitable title is not easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adelynn88
    WELL DONE!
    It is indeed a very interesting title! Truly captivating! There are plenty of nice pictures around, but to name it with such a suitable title is not easy.
    Thanks!

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    I'm a little distracted with the left lower flower, wonder if a crop to bring the meeting point to the 2/3 would make it better

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhansolo
    I'm a little distracted with the left lower flower, wonder if a crop to bring the meeting point to the 2/3 would make it better
    Yes. It will remove the distraction if I crop it. But I like the green empty space below. Give me a feeling like the flowers are talking in an elevated position. Like gods talking in the clouds. Maybe I'm carrying this too far...

    Thanks for your comment.

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