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The Lowcountry

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    Nice reflection. Like the perspective.
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    Great eye BF. Very nice. The diagonal line of the reeds make this a non-standard composition that works for me.
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    I dig it - lovely BF - well made.
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    I really 'preciate it, guys. I wonder if I found get y'all to do me a favor? Put the image on your desktop and flip it up-side down. How's that look?
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    Before I did it, I thought No not required. However after flipping it really does work well. I do prefer it flipped. Once again the diagonal makes all the difference to me
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    I, like Rummonty, figured that I like the unique perspective of this shot....but when flipped still has a VERY unique persective....Well done indeed!
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    I imagine someone with a better hand than mine could make the removal more seamless. I sorta pitiful at it.

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    I think the removal is fine, but personally I would have left the main tree there. I might have removed the background tree though perhaps
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