14 July 2017

Shortlist

Here are the five pictures that I have selected from the geograph Week 27 picture of the week nominations. Please look at them and give me some feedback. Which would you pick as the winner?
A
 B
 C
D
 E

13 comments:

  1. I like D the best. My attempt to rationalise that would be to say that it's harder to capture a moving target.

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  2. B pleases me as it draws you eye in and beyond

    D is the most interesting

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  3. AFter much deliberation I decided on A. It sort of draws you into the picture and I want to know what is around the bend.
    E was my second choice as again I felt drawn into the picture.
    Briony
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  4. Tough between A and B but I'll nominate B

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  5. The lighthouse, like the composition of the photo.

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  6. I like D the best.

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  7. A - I would enjoy taking that path and seeing what lies beyond.

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  8. B, C and D are great - but I think B is my favourite.

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  9. My first choice is a tie between A & C, with maybe A a little ahead. The curving road leads the eye in, and the contrasts between light and dark give interest. C interests me because of the unusual juxtaposition the vertical items. I would not choose D or E. In D, the squirrel is too static and right in the center of the image. I'd like E better if the top of the cliff did not line up exactly with the horizon - that ruins it for me.

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  10. I know you haven't posted it here,but you should be very confident of winning.

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  11. I'm absolutely blown away by these photos. No wonder your photos are being published. I pick B of the valley.

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  12. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE KINDLY CONSIDERED THESE PICTURES. YOUR COMMENTS HAVE HAD AN IMPACT ON MY FINAL CHOICES. IN THE END I AM GOING TO GIVE THE GOLD MEDAL TO PICTURE B. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INPUT.

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  13. I'm very late seeing thee. They are all lovely photos but my vote would have gone to A with B a very close second. The path in both leads your eye into the picture but, to me, A invites me in more as you can already see the view in B.
    Hope you win !!

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