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    Dog Walkers

    Dog walkers on the beach this morning.









    #2
    A great idea for a pic and it appeals to me; the first I think works slightly better than the second but for both I find that there are different points of interest and you are jumping between them. I think the reason I prefer the first pic is that the location of the dogs is better and the figures stand out much better. I like the foot steps in the sand.

    Ian
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      #3
      Like Ian, I find something really evocative about the images. Just a suggestion for an alternative view, and this only struck me looking at them on my phone, which I would neverr view my own images on, the first works really well in portrait with the figures out in each corner. Yes you lose a lot of textured sand but they feel a more cohesive group looking at each other and with the footprints connecting them.
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        #4
        Thanks for your comments both. I took several. but wasn't particularly happy with any of them. The second one is black and white. I must get next door to trim his trees so that I have more room at the bottom.

        Emyr

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          #5
          I like them, perhaps a little bit more space at the top of the first one to give more sense of space and isolation.
          Trev

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            #6
            I too like them, but agree with Trev about more space at the top of #1.
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