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December 19, 2011 - 11 went

Garden Lights at Atlanta Botanical Gardens

This wasn't intentional -- I moved my tripod while the shutter was still open -- but I liked how it turned out.

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Added by Gail Des J.
on Dec 25, 2011.


  • Dean S.

    I always say images like this rarely work and I still believe that's mostly true. With that said, there must be order to the chaos and I see that here. The stronger yellow color and repetitive stars at the bottom helps frame the movement above. I like the movement of the star that landed by itself on the lower middle-left thirds. This really helps give the eye a center focus to rest before moving around the image. The warm color scheme keeps it consistent as well.

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