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Uploaded: 02/06/05 7:53 PM GMT
How do you ever get ahead?
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Excerpt from a sculpture entitled "Monad" by Evan Penny. This I have edited for interest. Additional information on sculpture here. I'm a marginal fan of the larger piece but always found the elements an interesting study. *click*

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bjb
02/06/05 8:19 PM GMT
I can tell you enjoyed your visit there tremendously as a photographer. I've liked every composition you've done with these statues. Nice angle on this and in this case I'm glad you didn't add border.

**Forgot to mention I love the title too!
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I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for. Georgia O'Keeffe
::fotobob
02/06/05 8:25 PM GMT
Now this took a lot of work! Nice job Rob. I would imagine that you spent a few days working on this. It is an interesting composition that I find appealing. Hig marks.
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P.S. Is the guy with the post nasel drip feeling better? (Sorry, I couldn't helrp myself) !:0)
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::arneh
02/06/05 8:31 PM GMT
This is cool, Rob! Great composition and idea! I have actually been thinking of doing something unexpected with some sculpture heads too. I have a couple if you want to borrow them.
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+camerahound
02/06/05 9:59 PM GMT
Excellent edit; the composition is especially well done.
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J_272004
02/07/05 9:13 AM GMT
They say 2 heads are better than 1... but 9 of them is wonderful... (hehehe sorry...couldnt resist)... great work.. agree with all of the above.. great composition... lovely work
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::RobNevin
02/08/05 9:38 PM GMT
Thank you for your comments on this picture.

It's fun and sometimes interesting to see what can be done with editing software. I have Photoshop and enough grahics voodoo to make images take shape (*points to the twin monitor desktop over there*) but prefer to keep it as close to the work that any monkey can do. Every image that I've posted on this site, if edited at all, has been done with FREEWARE software clients, no exceptions. All in good fun.

Rob
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