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3 comments on “Entry 310”

  1. I like the way the photographer used the large tree, stone wall and walkway to drawn the viewer into this image of what looks like a rather unexciting home. The photographer really made the best of the situation.

  2. Thanks Michael. The home is not large, but has some nice touches inside. Drawing attention to the setting was critical for attracting the right kind of buyer to this semi-rural location. This time of year is perfect for capturing twilights without having to schedule a return visit!

  3. I'm afraid the tree is taking up far too much of the frame for my liking although the idea is a good one. I'm not sure cropping would improve things so maybe a different camera position would have - hard to know without being there.

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