Surface Tension and Reviewing the Week 8

Without clicking on the landscape version of this image, I find I have a preference for the portrait crop. However, that is partly because it is easy to see the dimples created by the surface tension between the water and the pine needles and in the second image that is the most important aspect of the shot. The first image composition or crop includes more space which changes my perception to one more focused on the reflected depth of the sky.

floating needles

floating needles

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    • Thanks. Dont think of the required format as a restriction but rather a fascinating challenge. It definitely helps me to look/see with a fresh eye.

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