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Moss in a Forest of Old Trees
Moss in a Forest of Old Trees
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Challenge: Proportion (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Sony DSC-P72
Location: Masset, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia
Date: Apr 21, 2004
Galleries: Nature
Date Uploaded: Apr 26, 2004

Wetland area. Majority of trees were void of any foilage however I did notice one had a large piece of moss attached to it.

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Place: 277 out of 290
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Avg (non-participants): 4.0207
Views since voting: 514
Votes: 261
Comments: 9
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/04/2004 11:11:36 PM
pic too small. try to get teh long dimension above 600 pixels next time
05/04/2004 07:47:29 PM
I'm left wanting this picture to have a looser crop. Being this small makes it more uninteresting.
04/30/2004 05:42:37 PM
I would love this to be a much bigger photo - I bet the texture and detail on the moss is wonderful.
04/30/2004 10:29:29 AM
This looks to be a lovely photo, but it's so small I can't really make out any details to judge. One suggestion I see woudl be to crop the left side of the image (everything to the left of the branch that's close to the lens) to simplify the whole thing and add more sense of depth.
04/30/2004 09:38:25 AM
This could have been so much nicer, the ingredients are there for a stunner but sadly the moss is out of focus and the light uninspiring.
04/30/2004 07:55:36 AM
Compostion 5
Technical 4 - seems a little overexposed
Appeal 4
Challenge 4
Overall 4
04/28/2004 08:57:05 PM
This is a confusing jumble of images and it the entire frame is out of focus to boot. Says nothing about proportion to me.
04/28/2004 05:57:20 PM
A larger (more pixels) would bring out the detail in the moss and the reflection better.
04/28/2004 07:43:27 AM
Use the whole 640 width that you are allowed.


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