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Tremendous image Alan, great tonal range and texture. I have no idea how you achieved this but great processing and sublime result.
To coin one of your phrases, I'm downloading this one and telling everyone it's mine! Would look lovely on my wall at home! I really like this one Alan!
Love the effects - would like Nigel love to know how you achieved this. Tones, textures all work for me with this.
A most interesting crystalline structure. Bears a striking resemblance to a jar of bath salts that I remember from my extreme youth: it stood unused on a window shelf for years and eventually mouldered away, but when it first appeared the contents looked bluely crisp and well-separated. But it was not topped with streaks of strawberry jam and cream.
If I'm getting dafter it was only to be expected.
Very cool Alan Beautifully done and well constructed. Do you still use bath salts ?? How very 70s lol. Fine image neeber
Quote: .If I'm getting dafter it was only to be expected.
P.P.P.* affects different people in different ways, Bill.
* "Prolonged Pollen Proximity"
Quote: Do you still use bath salts ??
No, Rod. Rather than the cleverly shaped flint 'scrapers' that your tribes prefer, I use what we English often refer to as 'soap.'
Quote: Love the effects - would like Nigel love to know how you achieved this.
"Eye of newt and toe of frog,
Wool of bat and tongue of dog..."
Very hard water you have in your parts. That doesn't work well with soap you know, it goes all mucky. Memories of O Level Chemistry experiments, possibly designed to acquaint 15 year-olds with the concept of soap.
More seriously, brilliant crop. It conveys the depth of the wave.
Moira, how do you know what I have in my parts?
Yuk wot an image Alan , yer parts that is not yer beautiful wave
A great image
I did as your title asks... but nobody responded! Looks very geodal to me.
Dave you've been too long toiling in those fancy bath-salt mines they have down in that London.
Superb.very painterly Alan. really strong picture.
Cheers Kenny, and for the comment on River ( though yer vote aint actually there!! )
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