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  1. #18051
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    DPR,

    I like the cabin shot. Did you try any other angles? I am curious how it would have worked from a bit lower and to the left with more foreground, and that tree a bit more in the frame? Of course, I am not sure that is even a possible shot.

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    Another old (2010) one that was favourited today on Flickr


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    Here you go, from left a bit. Excuse the laziness with not cloning the top left tree bits but it's a bit hard t match the sky without effort.

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    I like the first shot as I think it gives a much better feeling of isolation. The extra trees and fence in the second somehow diminish the isolation. Both are good, but your first choice was spot on.
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    First shot is of better angle. But maybe without the tree cropping off.
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    Agree with the others. The first shot is better. It gives a real sense of isolation and loneliness.
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    Okay, I like the first better now that I have seen the alternative perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Here you go, from left a bit. Excuse the laziness with not cloning the top left tree bits but it's a bit hard t match the sky without effort.

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    I could live there. Is there a Home Depot in the vicinity?

    Same comment on your shot Tim.
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