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Challenge: Garbage II (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Canon PowerShot S1 IS
Location: Boesmanspad Farm, Bonnievale, South Africa
Date: Nov 5, 2005
Galleries: Vintage, Landscape
Date Uploaded: Nov 7, 2005

Cropping, black border added, brightness/contrast adjustment in Paint Shop Pro

Place: 152 out of 212
Avg (all users): 4.7028
Avg (commenters): 4.6250
Avg (participants): 4.4944
Avg (non-participants): 4.8188
Views since voting: 681
Views during voting: 343
Votes: 249
Comments: 8
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/15/2005 11:29:34 AM
Interesting wheel-barrow-like device and composition. Central reeds are a bit too central.
11/14/2005 12:53:06 PM
This is a beautiful photo for a not-so-beautiful challenge subject. The only thing that I notice is that the bar and wheel at the center could be sharper, but I'm not wearing my glasses so it may just be my eyes! Overall, nicely done and I like the choice of border. Good luck.
11/11/2005 09:13:10 PM
Nice picture and composition. Unfortunately, it looks more antique than garbage. Still a well deserved 6.
11/11/2005 03:42:18 PM
To me, the barrow (cart?) could be in the frame a little more.
11/11/2005 01:27:48 PM
I'd use that its cool , thats good garbage!
11/10/2005 10:26:00 PM
The challenge was garbage, something recycled into a lawn ornament is no longer garbage.
11/10/2005 06:59:08 PM
this image comes across as feeling a bit light. i would like to see this image taken later in the day for more contrast and richer colors.
11/09/2005 01:59:54 PM
I really can't see what is garbage here. This looks like a broken down old wagon but it's hard to tell - it could be a wheel barrow. The compostion would have been much better if the clump of grass wasn't smack in the middle and if more of the wagon thing was in the picture. If you had just shifted the camera more to the left it might have been a stronger picture. Perhaps you couldn't have because of something in the way.

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