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Feb 06, 2007 19:02 |  #1

Just wanna know if this photo works for anyone.Comments welcome please and they are much appreciated
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Feb 06, 2007 21:08 |  #2
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Not to me. The crookedness doesn't appeal to me and this is a very backlit subject. I am a lover of good light and your subject hardly has any light on it.


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Feb 07, 2007 04:50 |  #3

I'm not keen
On the lean
Unless it's in Pisa
If you know what I mean.

So give us a look at the picture staight
And add a bit more to the bottom of it mate
I looked and looked and thought something else was awry
When I realised that there may be too much sky.

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Feb 07, 2007 06:14 |  #4

Very clever, Paul! And I agree. :)


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Feb 07, 2007 08:00 |  #5

I agree with Meaty0, just not a big fan of the lean


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