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21 Nov 2019 2:01PM
Beautiful artistic work Malcolm!!!

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21 Nov 2019 2:20PM
I agree with Arne, very artistic and reminiscent of Impressionism.....I like this a lot.

Irishkate Plus
9 41 116 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 3:04PM
Love this Malcolm and sometimes to pays to look at the ground instead of the leaves.
RonnieAG Plus
10 154 119 Scotland
21 Nov 2019 3:09PM
Very nicely done, Malcolm: gives it a fine and abstract effect which I like a lot.
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
21 Nov 2019 3:37PM
Beautiful abstracted results!
21 Nov 2019 4:40PM
Beautifully taken.

richmowil Plus
11 391 2 England
21 Nov 2019 7:29PM
Great result!!
dudler Plus
16 996 1554 England
21 Nov 2019 8:16PM
That works wonderfully...
pablophotographer 8 1.4k 357
22 Nov 2019 12:31AM
Digital? (Rhetoric question)
Of course it is.

How times change!
During the "Film (only) Era" I have been told (leo_nid could verify this if true) that in some countries "fail" pictures were not even printed once developed and looked "HaaaN" (you were charged per print). In other countries alike, Daido Moriyama was asking/arguing with printers to develop even those initial frames half burnt by light... Because they didn't, normally.

Do I like impressionism? I do.
Do I like watercolours? I do.
This? Ermmmmmmm (have a guess)

Before you pass on your guess consider this very real scenario. Imagine that your vision is affected* by old age, misfortune, illness and the whole** world looks like a bad impressionistic painting after a very strong hangover. Seriously. Everything.

Wouldn't you have liked to see the world accurately? I would. Actually, two hundred eighty million (280,000,000) people with eyesight loss would say the same.

* permanently
** f@ckin'


pablophotographer 8 1.4k 357
22 Nov 2019 9:21AM
But I have to say I like the colour =)

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