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    The leading lines here really take you into the web, but the isolation of the foreground was critical. If you were to have the whole web in focus, the ground would have been too, and the shot would have been ruined. This would be a fun to shoot. Perhaps a wide angle lens laying on the ground shooting up towards the sky is an option if you can get back????? Just another idea.... Regardless, its a keeper!
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    like DOF here.Very unique image.

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    I like the comp and selective focus here.
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