Summer Morning on Triadelphia Lake
I saw this lone, brilliant red sailboat anchored on glass smooth water with lush trees in the background and had to stop and take the picture. I can return to this location easily. What do you think would improve it?

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Fri Jul 29, '11 07:48AM
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Media ID 20110730071419214  
Date Fri Jul 29, '11 07:48AM
Comments 3
Views 1285
Uploaded By Walter Rowe
Aperture Value f//8
Artist Walter Rowe
Copyright © Walter Rowe. All rights reserved.
Date/Time Fri Jul 29, '11 03:48AM
Exposure Bias -0.67 EV
Flash No Flash
Focal Length 80 mm
Image Description Sunrise on Triadelphia Lake
ISO 200
Make Nikon Corporation
Metering Mode Pattern
Model NIKON D300
Sensing Method One Chip Color Area Sensor
Shutter Speed Value 1/15 sec
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Hmmmm..... That is a great putting us on the spot question as this is a wonderful and well composed image.  Great vision.  If you want my little ole opinion...my eye keeps getting pulled to the upper right with the trees because I think to light.  Maybe darken and/or give some more depth to the right in the trees???   My 2 cents!!   Love to hang this one though!

I agree fully with Richard on this one and will add a few more cents a little more contrast.

I may also photograph it vertically and give more water refleflections in the FG to lead into the yacht with less trees in the back to

distract from the main item.Wink

I agree with Avi here, I think taken in portrait style and not landscape would lead the eye directly onto the yacht through a full reflection; the landscape version does pull the eyes to the rhs..other than that it is a great photo, can't think of anything else I would do differently. Great location to get some awesome photos..