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Epz insists on printing "ICM' ( Intentional Camera Movement ) as " 1cm " in the tags.
I don't understand why. Especially as I tend to think in inches.
I like it Alan. The technique gives an impressionist painting feel to this and the colours work very well with the red of the building enhancing its prescence as a focal point.
Great Alan, really like this, and a belated Happy Birthday
Flipping fantastic Icm!
Really love this Alan - how many attempts did you have before achieving this masterpiece?
Only 3 or 4. Got lucky.
Quote: I like it Alan. The technique gives an impressionist painting feel to this and the colours work very well with the red of the building enhancing its prescence as a focal point.
Couldn't have said it better myself, no really I couldn't
This is taking digital imagery up a few levels, Alan - what a stunning piece of work!
I really like this Alan. As has been said before, an enlargement of this would be amazing.
What i find funny is the title, only because there is a road called cow green near where i live and it looks nothing like this, so i do a double take each time i read the title.
A lovely artsy impressionist style painting. I love it.
Firstly a very Happy Birthday for yesterday, sorry I missed it.
Secondly a great image, very creative, very poetic, very, very good.
People of a certain age tend to think in inches, me being one. Measurement doesn't matter when you produce images of this quality. Like it a lot Alan.
What's the `International Camera Movement'? is it a new political party? I'm in!!
Superb, Alan with a real impressionistic painting feel, the placement of the red building is perfect, a very well executed and worked image.
Great! I'd have this on my wall, no bother
love this type of work
Brilliant, it's the combination of the vertical movement with the curves in the landscape.
You could try leaving spaces - I C M instead of ICM. Not guaranteed. Any reference to the name of a certain South American river tends to appear up as a link to an online book shop...
Thanks, Moira, will try that.
You know it's good, but let's make that four UAs...
One of the better examples of this technique I've seen on here. Congrats of the badges - they are well deserved.
Having lived in Germany and spent ages and ages in France I get on fine with cm/km, while a kilogram is close enough to 2lbs for the kind of veg it is impossible to achieve precision with anyway; but I can only think of fuel consumption in miles per gallon.
I remember the first time you mentioned ICM I thought you had omitted a B
I do agree that epz shouldn't fiddle with tags, though. I always type Silly Sunday with two capital S even though the site 'corrects' it for me. It is not your age at fault: it's their youth !!!!!
I've not been around much to comment lately this is as said above an excellent impressionist image. It also reminds me of a collage picture using differing materials to reflect the differing areas in the picture.
Like it. Lots.
Like this a lot, deserves all awards
Hope things are OK with you Eric
To keep the barn unblurred and the rest full of motion is quite a feat! Well done!
Happy Birthday, by the way
As someone who can only achieve unintentional camera movement I doff my cap to you , Sir. Timeless quality. I can feel the moorland winds blowing through. A very satisfying image to view Jacqui
Love the movement....a great shot
Very creative Alan! I do like the imagination and daring of the capture. Very impressionist and very nice! Score!
it appears you maybe forever lost inside this.. it itself is trapped between confinement and what i would like to call as 'oozing out', or better still 'reaching out'.. achieved with bold, bright colors in the bright time of the day is delight..
Gorgeous piece of art Alan!
Well deserved praise. That red Monopoly house against the more subtle colours works a treat.
Beautiful image Alan , it exudes quality
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