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Espresso time

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    Was feeling like having an espresso.

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    Great image, only little thing is you missed some of the spoon. I think it should be included. The tilt doesn't bother me, but it might bother some.
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    Thank you for your feedback, now that you pointed it out, I agree the spoon should have been part of the photo, the tilt was just trying something different, I like it, but some may not, agreed.

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    I rather like this photograph. Compositionally, I'm not as troubled by the missing portions of elements in the frame as I am by the distance between the cup/saucer and bowl. The mind can complete little pieces of missing shapes for the viewer and that is especially true when they aren't really important as is the case of the spoon. I would like to have seen the cup more to the right as to partially overlap with the bowl.
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