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3 comments on “Entry 271”

  1. This is so nice. I love the light and mood. And the concise composition…I get the sense that this vertical slice is revealing the most important and appealing aspects of this space. Small thing: Wonder about re-positioning the chair on the left? That area feels a little dense to me, and I also think the black rectangle of chair back is competing a bit with the black and similarly-shaped fireplace. So wonder about pulling the chair to the left and rotating it a tiny bit clockwise? Thinking the chair might then help anchor the left edge of the frame (and might even pick up some of that soft window light coming in from the left). When I first looked at this, I imagined cropping a little off the top, to balance the composition a bit more. But when I picture this with the chair re-positioned, it seems more balanced somehow. Sorry, I am probably focusing way too much on that chair : ) It is a lovely shot. Well done!

  2. Love how the light plays on the two different wood surfaces featured here. Love the darkness of the foreground corner of the bed and the way that lets us get deeper into the scene. I see Julie's point about that chair on the left. Maybe just pull it away from the fireplace towards the left? The plant is in an awesome spot! And I think I'd like to see one less painting leaning. I feel the photographer really captured the quiet, calm essence of this space, which for me, elevates this image above several others this month. Good one!

  3. Stunning shot! The light, the composition. I am a little curious how a bit of fire would look in the fireplace.

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