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Lots of interesting angles, lines and color here but without a good focus it hurts the shots.

I say great shots.  Sure focus matters if that is what you are after.  If you cropped the distractions out these are golden.  Even rotate the larger image to its side or even a 180 rotation will draw interest and mystery.

Rotating 180 degree? We may just hold our laptop upside down and see the mystery. What about 360 degree rotation?

second picture: I consider you have to improve in correct ilumination, cause a lot of details are lost because of darkness, also there is a lot of information wich doesn't complement the objetive of the picture, if you are expressing the reflexes, take out the things you dont need and focus on what you really want to show.

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