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Old 30th December 2008
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A walk around Boxley

Took on a walk around Boxley, Kent with friends. Trouble when out on an 'organised' walk, you don't have a lot of time to take pics.
View of Boxley church.
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Old 30th December 2008
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Re: A walk around Boxley

Love the blue haze.

But I think you have a picture within a picture here - try cropping (with pretty much the same ratio) from left of the church to right of those white conical ?chimneys, and from the tops of the trees on the far border of the field behind the church, down to just below the level of the small tree in left foreground. I like it, anyway!(I like the diagonals)

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Re: A walk around Boxley

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Love the blue haze.

But I think you have a picture within a picture here - try cropping (with pretty much the same ratio) from left of the church to right of those white conical ?chimneys, and from the tops of the trees on the far border of the field behind the church, down to just below the level of the small tree in left foreground. I like it, anyway!(I like the diagonals)

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Yeah....not bad I suppose.
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Re: A walk around Boxley

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Trouble when out on an 'organised' walk, you don't have a lot of time to take pics.
You're absolutely right, otherwise they wander off and leave you behind!

I like the picture as it is, if I was going to crop it I'd only take off some of the foreground because I really like the bare tree.
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