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  Asiulus 2009-03-20 6:48

Nice colours. Yes, the day was beautiful, and that's why this scenery deserves better composition. This one seems coincidential, as if you couldn't decide what you want to show. Concentrating on one tree would let you show it whole, I see no reason for cutting off the top of it or the end of the tree on the right.
Come on, you can do better than this, I saw your gallery and found a few nicely composed pics there.

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Old 03-20-2009, 02:14 PM
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I cut the sky because had cables,right of tree had pylon,my back had a branches and trees so i thing that i couldn΄t to take a beter composition.Some compositions of my gallery had about the same problems.Sorry for my bad english.

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Old 03-20-2009, 06:50 PM
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Oh, I see. Was it possible to make vertical picture containing only the tree on the right? It looks nice and just a little bit more space on its right side would be enough, or so it seems to me. I have a problems with cables as well, sometimes it helps to come just a few steps closer and cables "move" higher and are not obscuring the object anymore. With vertical image it could be possible (well, but I wasn't there).
Don't apologise for your English, I can easily understand what you wrote.
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