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    • A landscape photo about nothing. There is no subject here beyond the patterns of color, texture, light, shape. And I think that is okay, at least once in a while. Does every landscape photo, or every photo for that matter, need a subject...and identifiable center of focus. Or can some work on the simple primary impression...the way the image strikes the eye in the first glance...and not have to be resolved into subject and context. What do you think? Sony RX10iv at 24mm equivalent. Processed in Polarr.

    • A bit late to the conversation, but I think you are right. Sometimes patterns and color are what draws my eye.

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