Image added based on comments:
This one no longer part of the series:
A while ago I visited the Svaneholm castle, and the very nive walk around the Svaneholm lake. When coming back to the parking lot I captured these images of the wall defining the parking lot.
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Is this a composite: No
f/5.6, 1/2000, ISO 800, Olympus lens 75 mm, travel camera Olympus PEN E-P7, handheld - windy conditions
I am enjoying the first image but not so much the others. The simplicity and structure of the first is a compelling composition to me.
Ola, what a feast on a parking lot.I like them all three. The first one the most. Super colors and composition. Well seen !!
Marvellous. Really. Although I might say that I like the first one best, I think that is beside the point. They are a series and the three tell a story that no single one can tell as well. I’d call them “tenacity and texture” because that’s my experience of them. Beautifully seen and presented.
I love the old vegetation against the beautifully rugged old wall! A third vertical would make a wonderful triptych.
I’ll go on a limb and say the 2nd one is the best composition. I think viewers are turned off by the decaying subject matter. I think it goes well with the background.
I actually like the first and second one equally well. But I agree with Diane that if the goal is to present the three images as a collection/series (triptych would be a great way), then having a third vertical makes a lot of sense. Hopefully you have another comp that would complete a series of three verticals…
The other aspect of this that makes the third image too different is that in the first two images the rocks are more of a background canvas that lets the plants stand out. In the third image, the curved line of the rock has a lot more visual weight, which competes with the vegetation.
@Diane_Miller, @Igor_Doncov, @Mario_Cornacchione, @Ben_van_der_Sande, @Ed_McGuirk, @Kerry_Gordon and @Ed_McGuirk thanks for your kind comments.
To sum up the comments, this should have been a triptych with vertical images only. And now it is!
The new third image is a good addition to the series.
I hope you don’t mind, but here is how I might present the three images as a triptych (with this order).