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Probably a marmite shot - but an abstract of a lily (regale) in my garden. v2 different processing. Thanks for looking and for any comments and/or criticisms.
Many thanks to Alan_Baseley for his UA for Far away thoughts.
A lovely and creative abstract Ann. I think I like V2 for that little sharper finish
Fabulous idea and execution, Ann. I like V1 even better because of the toned down highlights.
Superb abstract Ann, absolutely love it
I like the processing of V.1 best, Ann, excellent work. Carol
Like both versions Ann, a slight preference for V1,
Playing with the golden ration, Ann
Think V1 is my fave, I like the soft tones
Two quite different versions, Ann!
I think V2 with more contrast is the one for me today.
Excellent crop and great in mono...I like both versions
I like both very much, though with a slight preference for V2 for the contrast.
And to think that I viewed the thumbnail as a 'classic spiral staircase' photo
Another superb image Ann and I prefer the softer V1.
VERY nicely done Ann, like them both.
I'm torn between them Ann.
Um, version 1 but just.
Quote: Playing with the golden ration, Ann
oops, where did that 'n' come from
I'd never heard of this Dave, so didn't understand your comment - looked it up and still don't understand!
I love marmite to coin a phrase! Beautifully captured Ann, the more sensitive and delicate processing of v1 takes the day for me
very nice ann v2 for me today a belter nice one
I love the cool elegance of b&w flowers, this is rather special. Well seen.
Very creative Ann, V2 for me
Excellent work Ann. I love both versions.
I like both versions, and like your idea of making the lily into an abstract style, concentrating on the strength of the shapes and curls.
The shape is sometimes referred to as the Fibonacci Spiral, Ann.
This is a fairly good explanation that's illustrated and animated.
An image using this composition guideline doesn't need to look like a spiral, but the picture follows the cuves of the spiral, as in some pictures shown here.
Extremely creative V2!! Super work!!
A beautifully crafted composition, Ann. I particularly like the softness portrayed in version number one. Inventive and imaginative photography. Great to see.
Fantastic Ann - really interesting. v1 for me
Thank you Pamela for this. Very interesting. I'd never heard of it, so a bit more education for me - although a little late!
Very different, I certainly would not have spotted the potential!
prefer the first image Ann
Like the composition and your toning Ann. V1 for me.
V2 for me.
A lovely abstract that suits your processing beautifully in both versions. So much so I can choose between them!
Love the abstract nature of the image.. v1 has the edge for me today.. Excellent
I've seen the Golden Ratio shape but wasn' t quite sure about how to apply it - so this has been a ueseful upload
apart from it's beauty and appeal Ann.
I do prefer V1 for the same reasons as nonur .
V1 for me. On my monitor, I lose some shadow detail when viewing V2.
Great shape in the frame - V1 for me Ann. A more gentle feel to that.
Beautiful composition Ann; from the thumbnail I thought it was a spiral staircase
Very interesting seeing the difference when mousing back and forth, Ann. I prefer V1 for its finer and subtler detail and gradation.
That aside, this is a BEAUTIFULLY shot macro. The composition is wonderful
You certainly had me puzzled for awhile!
Lovely abstract-like shot. I thought it was a shot of a spiral staircase.
Missed this beauty ????
Lovely shot !!.....nice shapes in this 'graphic' image !!
This is my kind of shot, - gorgeous.
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