I took a picture of an onion.

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I found this guy in the back of our storage area. Needed to practice focus stacking.
It was a fun hour playing- sure beats watching tv.
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Lovely composition and lighting! I don't watch TV but DO spend too much time playing Solitaire. This afternoon we go walking a few miles with friends. YEAH! Something to do! Better yet, they are serving dinner afterwards!
 
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crop slightly on the left and add slightly on the right to make a very different photo despite such a small change.
Something like this? This is for some reason more interesting.
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Yes, similar to that. For me, in the first one the eye is brought to the bulb and the leaves are seen as coming out of it. In the second one, it's all about the leaves and that's partly because they are "pointing" toward the negative space on the right. If you want to make the second one even more about the leaves, maybe tone down the brightest part of the bulb just a bit.

On any day, I would easily prefer either version depending on the mood I'm in at the time. They're both terrific!
 
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