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Feb 11, 2010 19:38 |  #1

One question. Do you think I keep the wire that is hanging the window frame, or ditch it. I am undecided.

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Feb 11, 2010 19:41 |  #2

For me, that I m not an expert, ditch it!

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Feb 11, 2010 19:44 |  #3

The only thing that makes me want to keep it is that it might look weird just floating there. Ahh!


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Feb 11, 2010 20:38 |  #4

I just don't see how it makes sense but it's a lovely photo regardless.


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Feb 11, 2010 20:47 as a reply to  @ yoopergirl's post |  #5

I like the wire..........I say keep it. Very neat image!
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Feb 11, 2010 20:48 as a reply to  @ amydoodle's post |  #6

My vote is to keep it




  
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Feb 12, 2010 08:29 |  #7

Adorable! I say ditch the wire. You can hang pics w/o wires so it will still make sense to me.


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Feb 13, 2010 11:28 |  #8

The other reason I am not interested in taking it out is the potential of a lot more work in taking it out of all the pictures (roughly 15). Oh well.


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Feb 14, 2010 15:27 |  #9

i kinda like it with it... since the bench angles up... the wire kind of repeats the lines that the bench sends up...


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Feb 14, 2010 19:14 |  #10

I would say keep it. I like it. I think it might look a little strange if you take it out as the frame isn't a perfect square.


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Feb 14, 2010 19:17 |  #11

i read through all the comments, and it looks like the verdict is that it's neither here nor there... definitely not the focal point of the picture.




  
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Feb 14, 2010 20:28 |  #12

bye to the frame


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Feb 14, 2010 20:38 as a reply to  @ ATP's post |  #13

I like it the way it is...nice picture!




  
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