Two Paths

Can’t decide which of these I like the best. What do you think: A or B?

A

B

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22 thoughts on “Two Paths

  1. Definitely A. The way the picture is framed makes it look like a doorway into a different wintery world. And you can see the red tinting on the right hand tree with better detail, which is interesting.

    • Thank you Lehcim for weighing in. I’ve always been a very independent editor of my own work and usually don’t let anybody see anything but the few I squeeze out of the many I take. But this time I needed your help. How did you get the name wormwood, anyway. Is it an allusion to C. S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters?

      • Hey there. So I use the name Wormwood because I occasionally make strange artsy frames and furnishings out of wood which you can see in the “folk art” section on my website playingshadows.com — and it’s the star that falls from the sky and turns the sea into blood during the the “end times.” Plus I like absinthe. πŸ™‚
        Though, I’m curious where did you catch that I use the alias Wormwood?

        • Well, now that you mention it, I don’t remember. It must have been from your site, or another if you have one. I definitely saw it somewhere. I’ll have to go back and see how I snooped that out! And see your “folk art.”

          I’d lay off the absinthe…

        • Maybe on your collective dream journal page somewhere, or playingshadows.com, although I’m wondering if it was on your about page where you list lots of alias – maybe you changed that? I remember looking over all your sites. Man, you have an imagination cooking on the stove! πŸ™‚

  2. Both good Dave. I lean slightly to B – has a slightly more open feel to it because of the space left on the left hand side. Like your control of exposure – tricky stuff snow and there’s plenty of details in the whole scene. Regards, Steve

    • I think each emphasizes different things and that is why it has been hard for me to choose between the two. B has an open feel to me as well and that is what I like about that one. I wish I could take credit for controlling the exposure, but my old Nikon L22 point and shoot doesn’t encourage photographers to exercize much of that!

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