Nikon D5300, 26mm, ISO400, f/18, 1/80s
Part of a series on roadsides...
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There are a lot of shots down an empty road, and there are a few things working in this one’s favour. You have a light side and a dark side. The dark side is denser so it has more weight, while the centre line is slightly right so the light side, while bigger, adds balance. To further enhance the light/dark duality, I would personally clone out the white dirt bank on the right to keep that side darker. I like that the road leads into the all consuming dark.
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