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Old 03-15-2009   #1
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I never would have thought about taking a picture of a fence. I think it is interesting how when you break out an individual part of something, it makes a dramatic image.

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I never would have thought about taking a picture of a fence. I think it is interesting how when you break out an individual part of something, it makes a dramatic image.

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Very good simplicity, R.
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Simply wonderful.
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I like the blocked shadows on the underside of the wires but wish there was just a bit more depth of field.

None the less, the image conveys both movement and tension with a minimum of elements.
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I like the blocked shadows on the underside of the wires but wish there was just a bit more depth of field.

None the less, the image conveys both movement and tension with a minimum of elements.
Thanks for these fine words. Why more DOF?
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Wonderful image Rense. The DOF as you shot it works for me because the DOF helps give a sense of the wires coming and going thereby generating a rhythm which makes this image more than ordinary.


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