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Seems out of focus, or there's some blur issues going on. It looks interesting though. Nice colors. Definitely has some potential.

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I think there are definitely focusing issues here. Maybe you should try using a tripod?

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Definitely recommend a tripod. Also noise is kind of bad, I'd lower the ISO and do a longer exposure. What camera do you have?

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