Barbs of Time

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    1. Brian Utesch (shutterBRI) 98 months ago | reply

      very nice color difference between barb wire

    2. thespeak 97 months ago | reply

      Awesome composition! There is something very interesting in this pic that I can't quite put my finger on. The symetry perhaps? Very nice!Pay It Forward

    3. TerriR 97 months ago | reply

      There's so much going on here. I really like the harshness of the wire vs. the softness of the greenery.
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    4. Macrofocus 97 months ago | reply

      I like this. Contrast of old and new, hard and soft, shiny and rusted. Great image that might be just a bit better without the two crossed weeds but what you gonna do?
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    5. flamesplash 96 months ago | reply


      Thanks all. I really like this one. If I took it again I'd probably try to get rid of the two twigs crossing in front and behind the newer wire.

    6. M Weston 95 months ago | reply

      NO! Leave the diagonal twigs there! If anything, try to bring up the saturation just a tad to bring out the few greens in the photo. Be careful not to blow out the reds in the barbed wire though. If you push too hard on the saturation, the new barbed wire will turn blue on you so be careful. Very good shot as it is.

    7. Leviathor 94 months ago | reply

      This is a good idea, but kind of busy. The story needs to be more complete as well, which could be completed by using a smaller aperture.

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    8. nj dodge 94 months ago | reply

      A classic example of contrast in many respects. Nice shot. (The Cave)

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