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Uploaded: 09/19/05 5:14 PM GMT
Kimolos revised
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I reworked this one changing the frame. All my friends said this way it looks a lot better, let me know what you think! Special big thanks to Robert ( groo2k) for his suggestions. the first image can be seen here


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09/19/05 6:24 PM GMT
Ahh...much better. The photo is still top notch and I think the presentation is more suited to the photographs quality. Thanks for reposting it this way. Into the faves with it...
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09/20/05 5:04 AM GMT
This one goes straight onto my desktop, in my favorites and got a 10 in the random voting and another 10 here on this page.
Now this is good photography. All of the elements of an excellent image are present. There are too many to list but they are there.
I haven't had time yet to view the original image. I think I will save this now, go look and come back and edit it.
Looked and Robert was right. The white lines needed to go, they detracted from the central theme and added nothing to it.

Bad artists always admire each otherís work. They call it being large-minded and free from prejudice. But a truly great artist cannot conceive of life being shown, or beauty fashioned, under any conditions other than those he has selected.
Oscar Wilde
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09/22/05 10:38 PM GMT
It's all been said. Super work. Lovely architecture with those blue touches and the framing is far more attentive to the photo. fav. for me too.
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When you get the choice to sit it out or dance, I hope you dance... Leanne Womack
10/02/05 5:10 PM GMT
Stunning image, great work!! 67/10!!!
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The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was, is lost, for none now live who remember it. -Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring
10/10/05 4:23 PM GMT
Beautiful capture. This is a invitation to walk in these wonderful villages. Congrats :-)
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10/11/05 9:40 PM GMT
Beautiful shot. Perfect Mediterranean colours and you have got a difficult exposure with so much white just right.

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"What other reason could there be to get up in the morning except to set ourselves free." If my comment on your work ever seems to criticise, it does not. It is always so that we may learn together.
10/24/05 8:50 PM GMT
Thanks so much for commenting on my photo, "Offwise"! I really appreciate it. I love this photo...Greece is such a beautiful area. I like the shadows and the blue...and the framing is very nice. Great job from me!
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11/04/05 10:07 AM GMT
I agree... this version is much better. A very nice picture....
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11/22/05 10:45 PM GMT
It always amazes me the scores that get attached to photos. This one has no business being rated as low as it is. It is simply lovely. The geometric shapes contrast very well with what is quite obviously a less-geometric lifestyle. There are only about five colors in the photo which simplifies it tremendously. The wall to the left forms an excellent anchor while the curving alley underlines the main event which I assume is the stair and door. I love this photo, and I think it would look very authentic (if you know what I mean) were you to touch it up with a watercolor effect. Its simplicity (Rule #4 of composition) lend well to good watercolor.
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12/10/05 3:53 AM GMT
Can't wait to travel to a place like this sometime. Another great photo, and the angles and shapes in this photo are what catches my eye.
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12/29/05 10:21 AM GMT
I agree - what a lovely image - intimate and welcoming - you have an eye for such shots!!!
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06/19/07 7:57 PM GMT
i absolutely love this photo! if i ever get a dreamhouse, i want one just like that with the white-washed walls and turquoise blue shutters!
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