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Pakistan Continued by Jo-Ann Rolle

July 2021 - Pakistan Continued

About the Image(s)

This is another in my series of Pakistan from my April visit. Our hosts took us to an abandoned structure which once served as a temple. There was a much newer structure nearby but I found the images of light, dark, open and closed in this one more intriguing.

Shot with a Cannot T38 and 200 lens. Post processing for sharpness, color, and noise.


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4 comments posted




David Kepley   David Kepley
Interesting subject. I'm not sure what you want me to look at. My eye keeps bouncing all around the image. You probably don't want me looking at the goose in the lower right corner, but my eye lands there because it is so bright. I'm not sure what to make of the dark splotches on the building. Is that vegetation? The stick in the middle bottom looks like it might be a leading line, but I'm not sure where it is leading me.   Posted: 07/09/2021 13:10:10



Alan Kiecker   Alan Kiecker
I have to agree with David. There really is no center of interest, nothing that catches and holds the viewers eye.   Posted: 07/15/2021 13:50:18



Sylvia OM
I do love the dramatism of the image. However, I agree that it is kind of difficult to understand what is the main point of the image.
My humble opinion to try: I would delete the elements on the bottom part (the tree, the goose and the middle element that I am not sure what it is) and crop the top of the image a bit. My idea is to give more relevance to the building.
I am unsure if this helps or not.   Posted: 07/28/2021 17:52:14



Jo-Ann Rolle   Jo-Ann Rolle
Thank you all for your insight and feedback   Posted: 07/31/2021 21:21:55