52-week photoproject – Week 32

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Confined
Canon EOS 500D, 28-105 mm, 1/80 at f/5,6, 0 EV, 72 mm, ISO 400
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12 Comments

  1. I love stone walls, and you've captured this one beautifully. The colors are lovely, but I think it's the lines and angles that make this such an interesting photograph. You've titled it well, too. I'd surely rather be looking at that wall from the outside than from the inside. 🙂

    1. Linda, thank you. Isn’t it funny that I passed that wall several times before actually noticing there was something to pay attention to? 🙂
      I agree, the lines and angles represent the most interesting aspect in the photo.

  2. I like that kind of photos. Lots of structure, lines and an interesting "central" point of interest.
    Just a suggestion – try to flip it horizontally.. It may give it more dynamics.

    1. Rune, thank you. I actually tried to flip the photo horizontally before finishing the post-processing but eventually went for this version. I believe you are right, the flipped photo might look more dynamic, yet when I know which version is the real one, I feel a bit upset and uneasy about the flipping. I need to get rid of that feeling, I guess…

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