Fresh Country Air!
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|Here is a shot thatI got from Gibson Hills Trails that has not been edited at all! It is of the amazing farm land that surrounds Alliston This shot actually is looking towards the Honey Capital of Canada Beeton (Formally DA Jonesville and Clarksville before) John Graves Simcoe is the man that allowed the town to form with his building of the rough main road now known as Young Street or here in Alliston as Victoria St. Beeton Was also home to the first Commercial honey farm in Canada, and in the area we still see many farms producing amazing honey to this day. a lot is now sold internationally!|
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Please understand that this is my opinion as an amateur only. It is a comment about the photo, nothing more. It is NOT intended to offend or upset. Many may disagree with me anyway.
The first thing I noticed, even in the thumbnail, was the horizon was in the middle. In my opinion, the horizon should be placed either at the bottom third if the sky has most interest, or at the top third if the lower part has the most interest. I would only put the horizon in the middle if the sky and lower part had equal interest, but, for me, the bottom half is just too plain and empty. The sky has some interest, but I'm not sure it has enough.
Also the image is a little dark.
I may try a workshop.
As I said, this is my opinion only.