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Uploaded: 03/02/05 11:16 AM GMT
B&W Tree
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03/02/05 2:34 PM GMT
tree shot always catch my attention^^
a good capture. it's strange because the colors are so soft it's hard to believe it's a B/W shot. there's a nice strange atmosphere, very moody and depressing with this tourmented sky and these unique shades of color. Also, the bench adds a nice touch
I like a lot^^ good job
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03/02/05 2:40 PM GMT
I think it's a nice photo. Good work.
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03/02/05 8:58 PM GMT
very nice...well done
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---- He who goes to bed hungry dreams of pancakes. Rawwrr ----
03/03/05 8:33 AM GMT
Crisp and wonderfully stark. The bench kinda bothered me at first but I'm over it. Thanx for sharing.
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03/03/05 5:40 PM GMT
Very nice framing on the shot to accent the leaning tree. I think the bench is the crowning touch that makes the photo. The black and white presentation works - I don't think it would have been as effective in color. Well done.
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06/07/05 1:52 AM GMT
Superior composition.
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Why do psychics have to ask you for your name?
10/07/05 6:44 PM GMT
I think this is amazing and mystical, love how you put it in B&W. Where was this taken? ;D
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"The Lord is a being in which no human mind can comprehend."- Alex
11/09/06 4:29 AM GMT
good work.
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11/09/06 4:33 AM GMT
This is/was an excellent post and the clarity and mood you presented is outstanding. I went to your gallery and was blown away...kewl..I'm hoping to see a lot more of your beautiful compositions :)PJ
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"We consider the artist to be a special sort of person. It is more likely that each of us is a special sort of artist." Elsa Gidlow
12/05/07 6:16 AM GMT
Makes me think about the wonderful shade that tree must give to the bench
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