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I like the concept. Well executed and excellent colour. Just not quite sure about the right hand image, looks a bit incongruous or is that me just being a bit thick on a Monday morning!!
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The idea works for me because of the opposing diagonals - the right-hand panel acts as a sort of buffer. It's about lines rather than subject matter. My only quibble would be that I'd like to see the upper of the two LH frames moved a few pixels to the right, so that the lines would flow smoothly from one frame to the next. I'd like to see that as an alternative, not sure that I'd prefer it though.
Visually very striking. I makes you sit up and take notice and, I must admit, I do like that in a photo.
It immediately asks the question 'What is it'? 'What's it doing'? 'What's it saying'?
Like Moira, I guess it's about composition, not content, & like Moira I'd like to see it with the lines flowing.
But like Moira I think that I may well not find it as interesting if they did flow.
I think that it's one of those shots that ask questions, some of which don't require an answer and some which won't get an answer.
The more I look at it, the more I like it just as it is.
Putting something with opposing diagonals on the right is a great idea but something more related to the other side would work better, I think.
a felicitous experiment! I like that image a lot!!!
V1. The closer boarder doesn't work for me.
I like this concept. The colour red is really the eyecatching feature for me.Great abstract.Kate
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