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I would agree with mlorne's reply and go one step further. Everything in the photo has definite harsh edges, if you want to provide a romantic edge put something like a crumpled fluffy woollen blanket or a womans jumper just on one edge and most definitely reduce the overexposure from the fire.
If it is a phone box you want to take a photo of get the whole box, if it is the hills in the background get the hills. But is your are trying to do landscape move far enough away so that the total photo is in focus eg learn about DOF.
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