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    Love the mood that is presented in this shot. I am not sure about the electricity wires. I cant decide if they add or detract from the image. Currently I am thinking add but I keep changing my mind. I would also consider cropping approx 1/6 from the bottom. Don't think I don't like it as it is, but this a just a thought.

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    Thanks for commenting. My thoughts about the wires and foreground smudge were that they act as leading lines, slowly blurring into the distance as the effect of the fog plays on the light. The electric poles and wires gradually diminish into the distance. I also kept the brush on the right side of the walker because the walker and dog are ahead of it, so it lends more depth. The only attractive part of the photo is the walker's coat, so not a photo I would necessarily frame. But I liked this composition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbrager View Post
    My thoughts about the wires and foreground smudge were that they act as leading lines, slowly blurring into the distance as the effect of the fog plays on the light. The electric poles and wires gradually diminish into the distance.
    I agree and that is the reason I came down on the side of it working to aid the composition.
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