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I really love this image, it has a wonderfully strange, surreal quality and the colours and textures are amazing....plus the horse!...positioning and colours....just perfect. What a great shot!!

Just one little thing; a bit more foreground included would be beneficial to the balance of the whole, but I guess that there was probably a fence or something right there that you had no choice but to crop out.

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I really love this image, it has a wonderfully strange, surreal quality and the colours and textures are amazing....plus the horse!...positioning and colours....just perfect. What a great shot!!

Just one little thing; a bit more foreground included would be beneficial to the balance of the whole, but I guess that there was probably a fence or something right there that you had no choice but to crop out.

You are correct...there was a fence

Thank you for the kind words.

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