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View looking eastwards across valley between Sevenoaks and Knole House taken on bright day after light snowfall.

Camera:Canon Powershot G9
Lens:fixed lens
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:Knole Park 1
Username:Paul_Walding Paul_Walding
Uploaded:29 Jan 2009 - 10:02 PM
Tags:Landscape, Landscape / travel
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Tony_W  8128 forum posts5 Constructive Critique Points
29 Jan 2009 - 11:31 PMConstructive Critique!This comment was flagged as constructive critique! 

A nice enough image of somewhere I'd like to walk my dog. For me the interest lies in the paths and lit trees to the left of the image.

I've cropped out a lot of the bottom half of the image as it doesn't really add anything, just some grass and muddy path.
I've also cropped out some of the rhs for two reasons, one it moves the path junction into a better place within the image and two, the wooded area distracts from paths which are my main interest.

I based the mod on miptogs to save time and effort on my part so you'd need to add his mods to my mod for an end result.

The final mod now encourages my eye in from either the left or bottom up to the junction and then either up to the left through the trees or more likely along the snowy path and round the bend.

I know its a drastic crop but sometimes more is less as they say.

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