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A Photo a Week Challenge: Tilted

Here is my entry for A Photo A Week Challenge with the topic of titled.  I usually keep my photos fairly straight to the horizon, but here are a few I found in my archives that fit this topic.  I hope you ENJOY my selection.

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Cee

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  1. Horizon line alignment was a cardinal rule as was the rule of thirds for years. Now top photographers are breaking with tradition and abandoning all the norms just to be different. I’ve seen quite of few street photographers tilting their shots to get leading line and perspective compositions to work for them. I like your work in this area Cee. I’m stuck in the old school norms.

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