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    Really nice shot Joe.
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    How lovely!

    A truly peaceful late-summer scene!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catherine View Post
    How lovely!

    A truly peaceful late-summer scene!
    Exactly, although just as we seem to be heading towards winter

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    Yes, it is, Louise!

    If I got a view ANYTHING similar to that, the Swan would be moving to the left of the pic just like the Deer. The fact that it is facing inwards really balances the composition beautifully and takes the eye back in to the middle.

    Maybe a remote-controlled Swan/other would be the answer in such an instance?

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    "a remote-controlled Swan" - yep, that's the answer to a photographer's prayer

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