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See my previous notes, this is to illustrate the effect of removing the turbines as commented. BTW, the lens designation is correct on this one.
Well composed image -
HI, Malcolm. I've read your comments and can see what you mean about the movement of the turbines being part of what you intended, and also that the image is very bare without them.
In saying that, I must still prefer the simpler image, composition-wise, if not meaning-wise, if that makes any sense.
Although the removal of the wind turbines has given a less cluttered image I think I prefer them in. If you removed the ship as well you would have the makings of an interesting triptych. A very different depiction of one of Gormley's figures, makes a change from sunsets!
I would keep some turbines on the right, and clear the view of the ships.What do you think?
What about remove two- three turbines? The ones on the top of the container. The turbines give a kind of visual distance, match your title"...away...".
It's fine if you prefer the bare version Barry, it just lacks something to set it apart for me though.
Like a triptych maybe - interesting idea Sandra... I presume you're thinking of something like THIS?
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