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 Post subject: A couple of water shots
PostPosted: Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:34 pm 
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Realised today how much I ignore the beck in my garden as a subject. Spent some time this evening getting wet to get some shots :)

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I like both. The second, while being a lot simpler with the coloring and tone, it just make me thing of art. Its simple, but I like it with the color. As for the first, I like the composition of the lower rocks a lot.

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