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Hey you with the camera are you sick of the snow also. Little bit to much white for me
Is it really too centered? The break between the trees draws your eye down to the horse. it is a good image. Could it be cropped and made better, Maybe, but just because it does not fit a preconceived rule of composition does not make it bad. I like it.
Me too, Melville. The feathery snow-trees, soft-focused so that the eye knowingly seeks the equus' clarity, are perfect foils for coloradored's composition.
Know rules ... that when a particular vision beckons, you can break them, smash them. This azure image ... is about being, evolving, coping and galloping through existence. Don't we all wish to be front and center, occasionally? Print exchange! The idea here is central to the subject's arrangement, I would argue.
Well said, yearning eye, but cheezeskrice, give me a break and don't muck around with mother nature. Some scenes, such as this one, need to be just left be ... It is the rawness, starkness of nature, with all its participants that form this one picture. The snow, the horse, the trees, the complete picture is what needs to be reckoned with--not picked apart, chopped up, analyzed ad nauseum.
Here is the sound of one horse clicking one of its heels in the snow in the forest. You might think you cannot see this or hear this, but this whole scene pleads with you, beckons you, albeit--silently screams at you--to simply be quiet and just look and listen for an eternal instant. Why can't we all just ... be with it?
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