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Taken at ‘Crab Claw’ (Near Darwin), Northern Territory, Canon 5d2, 17-40 zoom, lee ND grad, plus blending.
I couldn’t make up my mind on the branch on the left and would appreciate any thoughts on wether or not I should remove it?
mangroves, northern territory, crab claw, canon 5d2, lee nd grad, roots
What a beaut image Dave, exquisite tones and colours!
Thanks for that Barb – appreciate the great comment.
Beautiful work :)
Thanks Julie – appreciate the visit.
Hi Dave…It is so precious…I am thinking that the little brach on the left is a bit obstructive for it is taking up the movement of all the vegetation that is going to the left. Unrestful, really and not adding nothing of interest. But that depends on what pshychological or aesthetic effect you are interested in creating. The layering of the right trees is so perfect….and if you want little objects then you have the sprouts that seem to be there calling you for a further investigation of the spot. The whole is hauntin and wonderful. Rosa
Thanks for your input Rosa – really appreciated. I guess the fact that I felt the need to pose the question in the first place is an answer in itself. I will therefore do a little pruning before I print this.