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Royce Aardahl

Images from an old farm

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Great pics eyeguy! I'm with you. I like the first one the best.

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No preference on the trucks, but they're all nice. I especially like the up-angle on the image with the house corner.

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I think I like the first pickup just a little better.

I also like the texture of the wood in the railroad box car shots.

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I would vote for the second truck myself, less distracting trees, more grass. My eye is lead to the truck in the second in the first it goes to the trees and keeps going back and forth between them. A tighter shot might be even better? Nice pics.

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It could just be my "not so good" work monitor...but the first one looks better to me...the lighting seems more "relaxed"...I guess it depends on what you are trying to convey?

Sorry...rambling Yeti comments.

I like all of the pics though...

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I really love the first one. Makes me want to get out there with my camera again. My preference for the first one has something to do with the weight of the truck. It seems to be a little heavy to be in the top portion of the picture. Nice job! The subtle color contrasts are very serene and appealing.

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All nice! I like the way in which there is more foreground present in the 2nd frame.

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