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Wild Horses.jpg
04/07/2011 09:49:14 PM
Wild Horses.jpg
by EL-ROI

Comment by jomari:
Great capture. I love how the lower horse's head fits neatly into the space between the rearing horse's head, neck and legs.
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Wild Horses.jpg
04/07/2011 11:24:30 AM
Wild Horses.jpg
by EL-ROI

Comment by mariuca:
Enchanting
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Wild Horses.jpg
04/07/2011 10:58:49 AM
Wild Horses.jpg
by EL-ROI

Comment by Garry:
Mmm, yes! The mist really does add an extra dimension to the image.
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Wild Horses.jpg
06/04/2004 05:30:53 PM
Wild Horses.jpg
by EL-ROI

Comment by Ecce_Signum:
Of the many things stopping me taking a picture like this is the time it was taken!

Great capture, lovely atmosphere and the framing/cropping is spot on.
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flowerbee.jpg
03/16/2004 02:47:22 PM
flowerbee.jpg
by EL-ROI

Comment by SquirreI:
I agree with Gordon to some extent but I really like this picture! It reminds me of a bedtime story book I used to have.
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NIKH.jpg
12/05/2003 10:52:12 PM
NIKH.jpg
by EL-ROI

Comment by pcody:
Wow. Thanks.
Looks nice, but you might want to use a reflective surface over on the right to to bring out that side just a bit? Just enough to be able to separate it from the background. I really like your guy better than mine!
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flowerbee.jpg
10/24/2003 05:38:04 PM
flowerbee.jpg
by EL-ROI

Comment by Gordon:
Looks good.

There are a few things you could do to improve it a bit though -
The cut off petals on the left edge jump out of nowhere - it would have been better to frame it without cutting them off, but you could crop them out now ?

Same with some of the bright white petals hidden behind the leaves (e.g., middle left of the frame) You can darken these up in photoshop to make them less apparent if you want to work on it more.

Might also be worth removing the marks on the coneflower petals on the bottom right - they break up the white petals a bit distractingly.


Otherwise - a good shot - the bee is very central - which commands all the attention in the composition, even though all the cones and lines point out towards the top right. I'd crop it square from the right edge and I think you'd have a much strong composition - losing the distractions on the left and framing things more evenly.
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