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Old 02-12-2019, 10:45 AM
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Re: A misty one and a foggy one...

Lucy thank for your kind comment.

Thank you Caroline. It's nice it reminded you of somewhere close to your home! Ooh what a great idea re 2. I would like to try a big one and at least that one would not have too many sizing up issues.

Thank you Mikael. I appreciate your comment.

Thank Donna. Very kind of you to comment. I'm glad to picked up on the diffused light: I love days like that. So still and tranquil. Thank you also re 2. I am glad you get a feeling of distance in it.
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Old 02-13-2019, 02:01 AM
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Re: A misty one and a foggy one...

While both are well done, I love the first - the second might be improved by
giving the eye a way to go into the background ... A "wall" composition is
most difficult to resolve but that just might be showing my frustration with my
own "wall" compositions. Perhaps a path in the second? Doesn't have to be
highly detailed just a suggestion of one.
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Old 02-14-2019, 05:23 AM
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Re: A misty one and a foggy one...

John thank you for your comments and critique. Yes, Mike suggested something similar. I did try and put a path in but it hits a green wall doesn't it? 😃 I am thinking of doing a bigger one as Caroline suggested. I'm not very good at doing the same one again, though: I tend to get bored and the pressure of trying to make it better than the last one doesn't help either. Thanks again for your suggestions.
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