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      09-12-2011, 11:09 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by I n i T i a L View Post
i agree, i actually like it a lot with the leading lines above,
maybe if u had more clouds or something, i would have considered it then, but what drew you to take that pic in the first place, i can imagine was the pole and the lines ....

either way, looks great!
Actually, I had just taken some wide angle shots across the street and was waiting for the combine to make its way closer to me before swapping lenses to shoot some harvesting images. The combine is in that image, it's just too small to see. I just noticed the ditch, the road, and the overhead lines all converged. As Josh pointed out, though, they converge on nothing and the rest of the image is open space. But that is the whole point. We normally remove things like power lines running across an image, but doing so can sometimes subtract from an image (or not, that's what I'm asking).
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