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Old 9th of March 2008 (Sun)   #1
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Old 9th of March 2008 (Sun)   #2
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In #1 cropping out that black thing in the left frame would help keep the eye inside the frame.

In #2 the composition seems too centered.
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1. Looks great love the color. Like Robert_Lay said crop out that thing at the left

2. Just looks too busy. And again like what Robert_lay said it is too centered.
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Those are rather shocking images, but I was hoping for a bigger jolt.
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Old 9th of March 2008 (Sun)   #5
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Those are rather shocking images.
Ba-dump-bump!!! Nice one, quite electrifying I would say.
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I really like #1, only thing that buggs me is the hot spot above the box, was your flash pointed here?
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