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I'm imagining the expressions on the faces of the little audience that assembled behind you as you took this...
The inclusion of the crack in the paint in the bottom right is necessary but to some extent, it dictates the composition of the rest, placing the airbrick pretty close to a thirds intersection.
You know what I think about that and in this case I think disregarding the RoT, had you been able to, would help.
I reckon that the brick would be better placed somewhere randomly, in the 'wrong' place.
Just a thought.
Thank you for the comment, Moira. I nearly got run over taking this shot: it's the wall of what used to be my local in my drinking days. I'm having a crack at abstract/ minimalist photography, as I 'm a bit tired of dickybirds and flowers.
Or was the young blonde lady just to quick for you?
Thank you for your considered comment, Bren. It was good of you to take the time and trouble. There was a huge crack in the upper right which I spot- healing-brushed out. I left the cracks inthe lower left to balance the picture. I'll take up your suggestions, and experiment a bit.
Lower right, it should have been!
An image which for me works very well.
This is a superb minimalist image. The little details and cracks in the wall add to it immensely. Very well done.
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