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Patterns. Here is a duck-weed-clogged
bywater on the River Cam in Cambridge
that is home to a few punts awaiting
punters. Patterns tend to make
'comfortable' images, with repeating lines
or shapes that can help a picture work,
make the composition 'flow'. So I am
naturally drawn to any chance patterns
that I see - there's a few on this site
already.
This part of the River Cam was surprisingly grubby with food wrappers and drinks cans
caught between the boats that you see here. I've retouched them out, as they did not
improve the look of the picture at all. And in keeping with how I personally feel about a
number of my pictures, I can't help but think that this one lacks a certain something, a
centre of interest - perhaps a forgotten study book left on the seat, or a squashed
cushion - something to give an added piquancy to the picture. It's a 'nice' picture anyway,
but just that little extra - had it been there - would have been nice too.
Patterns. Here is a duck-weed-clogged bywater on the River Cam in Cambridge that is
home to a few punts awaiting punters. Patterns tend to make 'comfortable' images, with
repeating lines or shapes that can help a picture work, make the composition 'flow'. So I
am naturally drawn to any chance patterns that I see - there's a few on this site already.
This part of the River Cam was surprisingly grubby with food wrappers and drinks cans
caught between the boats that you see here. I've retouched them out, as they did not
improve the look of the picture at all. And in keeping with how I personally feel about a
number of my pictures, I can't help but think that this one lacks a certain something, a
centre of interest - perhaps a forgotten study book left on the seat, or a squashed
cushion - something to give an added piquancy to the picture. It's a 'nice' picture anyway,
but just that little extra - had it been there - would have been nice too.
Patterns. Here is a duck-weed-clogged
bywater on the River Cam in Cambridge
that is home to a few punts awaiting
punters. Patterns tend to make
'comfortable' images, with repeating lines
or shapes that can help a picture work,
make the composition 'flow'. So I am
naturally drawn to any chance patterns
that I see - there's a few on this site already.
This part of the River Cam was surprisingly
grubby with food wrappers and drinks cans caught between the boats that you see here.
I've retouched them out, as they did not improve the look of the picture at all. And in
keeping with how I personally feel about a number of my pictures, I can't help but think
that this one lacks a certain something, a centre of interest - perhaps a forgotten study
book left on the seat, or a squashed cushion - something to give an added piquancy to the
picture. It's a 'nice' picture anyway, but just that little extra - had it been there - would
have been nice too.

Cambridge punts

Patterns. Here is a duck-weed-clogged bywater on the River Cam in Cambridge that is home to a few punts awaiting punters. Patterns tend to make 'comfortable' images, with repeating lines or shapes that can help a picture work, make the composition 'flow'. So I am naturally drawn to any chance patterns that I see - there's a few on this site already.
This part of the River Cam was surprisingly grubby with food wrappers and drinks cans caught between the boats that you see here. I've retouched them out, as they did not improve the look of the picture at all. And in keeping with how I personally feel about a number of my pictures, I can't help but think that this one lacks a certain something, a centre of interest - perhaps a forgotten study book left on the seat, or a squashed cushion - something to give an added piquancy to the picture.  It's a 'nice' picture anyway, but just that little extra - had it been there - would have been nice too.
        
         
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