09-04-2009, 03:36 AM
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Just to add to what I said. I looked at the pictures again and rephrased my thoughts in my head :). In the first picture I feel like you and the horse are lost in the surroundings while in the second one I feel like the surroundings accent you and the horse and make you "pop" more. It's almost like the surroundings are framing you and your horse and putting the attention on you while in the first one the attention is more on the surroundings.
Sorry for my overuse of the word surroundings...it's 3 in the morning and I can't think of any synonyms for it.