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Hi folks, I hope this is the right place to post this one, I suppose it was "Transportation" before it sank!

Processed in Lightroom, any C&C appreciated.

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IMAGE: http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb56/Leigh0276/Share/20080226_0096.jpg

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IMAGE: http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb56/Leigh0276/Share/20080226_0096-2.jpg

Thanks for looking.

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The only thing I could suggest is to try backing off a bit (zoom out) and show us a little more of the surroundings. Maybe position the barge just right and down from center in the frame.

My $0.02.

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Trackside wrote in post #4999424external link
The only thing I could suggest is to try backing off a bit (zoom out) and show us a little more of the surroundings. Maybe position the barge just right and down from center in the frame.

My $0.02.

Thanks for the tip, this is a slight crop of the original image but there's not enough extra "scenery" to make much difference.

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