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    The ducks add a differentiating element as opposed to the normal city reflection type of shot. Well seen and made
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    Thanks Runmonty. Yes, the ducks caught my eye and that's what intrigued me to take this shot.

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    I agree w/RM. Lovely capture.
    I think the shot could use some love PP wise though.
    If it were mine, I think I'd try experimenting w/dodging the foreground - hope that may help
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    Thanks Marko. I shall give the dodging of the foreground a try.

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