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2 comments on “Entry 506”

  1. I do like how clean this is and the colors... well done comp showing the architecture and flat yard as well as just enough of the pool... interesting architecture.

  2. It’s nice to see another view of this wonderful house! I like this composition. I do kind of wish the leaves at the upper left were a little less prominent, or not there at all. I like how they sort of ground the corner up there and direct the eye back into the frame. But at the same time, I’d like to see a more complete view of that part of the structure. So yeah, mixed feelings about the leaves. I love the warm light and colors of the house. Would be curious to see how it might look if the yellow in the grass and in the leaves at the upper left were desaturated a tiny bit, though. And maybe the blue in the sky as well. Wondering if this might bring a touch more attention to the house itself? Just some thoughts/nitpicks, though. I think it’s a lovely shot.

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