Out of bounds entries always make me question the need for an out of the bounds shadow. By making one, you are asserting that the scene is surrounded by some mass that is displaying a shadow, whereas the idea of this kind of chop is trying to stress that there is this infinite void outside of the scene... Your shadow doesnt affect the score in my book, i'm just raising a question that always jumps at me when I attempt these. You've done a clean job here, aside from that stray grey vertical line near the lower right hand part of the image.
Oddly, I agree completely with Chris, but I think the Shadow gives the eye a helping hand when assessing depth in an OOB image even when it logically shouldn't be there.
Bush finally destroys all intelligent life on the planet and puts it in his toybox
Not the Bermuda Triangle.. and that kids is how our planet disappeared
HELO.. are we looking for Intelligent life out there...