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Uploaded: 05/16/07 9:09 PM GMT
A winters day in may
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::denised
05/16/07 9:18 PM GMT
Nice black and white, lots of contrast and the windmills add a really nice touch.
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.dutch_postings
05/16/07 9:22 PM GMT
Stark contrasts, all black and white tones are here. like it a lot , thanks for this fine posting Paul.
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Basic photograpy lesson nr 1 :remove your lenscap..
.sansoni7
05/16/07 9:34 PM GMT
Very good work...
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Look around and catch it ; the Art is there !
.DesertDenizen
05/17/07 12:12 AM GMT
Perfect range of grays and excellent detail. This belongs on the wall in a big old-fashioned frame.
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gkk
05/17/07 2:12 AM GMT
very nice
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What in the Sam Hill is going on in here
::cynlee
05/17/07 2:21 AM GMT
Wonderful contrasts and details brought out by your filters. Great experimentation makes for a lovely image. I like those contrasts and the lighting very much.
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You will be led to the knowledge of the internal things which are invisible to you, by the external things which you see before you. . . . Even so then, we can represent to ourselves in thought the Author of all that is, by contemplating and admiring the (visible) things which He has made, and ever brings into being. - Hermes
&trisbert
05/17/07 12:19 AM GMT
You’ve given it an almost timeless look. Very nicely done indeed.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
::jeenie11
05/17/07 1:54 PM GMT
excellent shot, paul. looks like infra red. jen
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.boremachine
05/17/07 6:08 PM GMT
that's great Paul!
had it in the VB, and I was giving it full marks ;o)
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If you have some minutes why don't you come visiting my gallery ?
.wimgroen
05/17/07 9:53 PM GMT
Nice picture and splendid technique Paul, wonderfull again!
greetings, Wim
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.bfrank
05/18/07 11:42 PM GMT
Thats a nice technique Paul. I like it.
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Life's moments are sweet. I just want to capture all that I can of them.
::Dunstickin
05/19/07 7:45 AM GMT
Got this in the VB and knew it was yours...so I kept it!..super work pal!
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+ppigeon
05/20/07 12:48 AM GMT
It gives an infrared aspect. Very nice work! :-)
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-Pierre-
::LynEve
05/20/07 2:31 PM GMT
I saw this is the VB yesterday and loved it - an exceptionally good picture.
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The question is not what you look at, but what you see ~ Marcel Proust
::djholmes
05/21/07 12:06 AM GMT
I love this. Something in me wants to see it in color, but the b/w is really striking. Excellent work.
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::wheedance
05/22/07 3:34 PM GMT
What an awesome effect! It makes everything stand out so sharply.
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robtrapp47
05/23/07 6:49 PM GMT
Wow! I am duly impressed. Ansel Adams would nod approval.
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Thank God
.heidlerr
05/25/07 3:38 PM GMT
Nice effect. A fine image.
Russ
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Anything that excites me for any reason, I will photograph; not searching for unusual subject matter, but making the commonplace unusual. Edward Weston
::verenabloo
08/30/07 2:07 AM GMT
This is outstanding Paul !! I had not seen this photo before..gosh I guess I never thought of Holland in the Winter time...I always picture it with flowers...hehe..I really love this photo..well, you have your very own folder on my puter now...thank you so much luv..VErena
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Living is like licking honey off a thorn....
::Roseman_Stan
12/06/07 6:09 PM GMT
I just found this image. It is fantastic in every way. Very very well done!

Stan
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