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bwlchmawr 8 32 1 England
18 Sep 2013 9:02AM
A delightful shot. I'd definitely try a squarish crop halfway along the nag's back and losing some of the dead area to the right of the nag's head.

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pablophotographer 9 1.6k 380
18 Sep 2013 10:20AM

It is a pleasing picture of the young lady and the horse. We can't know if this is a picture that should display the dark part of this very beautiful horse so I am not sure if it was a necessity to include it. The elements of the background (which look like a door and a window o the right) could be maintained in a vertical crop on the left which would exclude the first window from the left and might had led to a tiny crop on the right, actually a slight wider space than a vertical frame of your two subjects could contain, which I think could be an alternative way of presenting them. Smile

saxy 12 Slovenia
18 Sep 2013 6:44PM
Thank you, both Smile
Kind regards.

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