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EAS 8 1 13 Scotland
29 Dec 2012 10:53AM
Looks like the RAS fans will be thrilled. Like the twirlly section though clearly the bit to the RH side makes a far better seat! Tongue

Ann

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2012 10:56AM
"What a great piece of modern sculpture, one of which is both aesthetically pleasing and practical.?"

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
29 Dec 2012 11:07AM
I don't like that sculpture at all, Sylvia, but it does provide a convenient place to park bums Wink Carol
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 70 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2012 11:57AM
Love your composition!
Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1792 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2012 12:09PM
Wonderful composition. Find your frame, wait for something to happen in it... The walking man balances the seated figures perfectly, as does the fact that he is looking at you whereas the others have their backs turned.
Public art works best for me when the public interacts with it. So I approve.
Moira
Jasper87 Plus
7 1.9k 150 England
29 Dec 2012 12:18PM
It's the figure placement that makes this should a good composition. I'm with Moira on the interaction. A very well worked image.

Dave
Silverzone 10 2 England
29 Dec 2012 2:27PM
Thank you for all your practical comments. I am trying hard to get composition right. Sylvia
mugshotmyk 6 3 9 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2012 2:48PM
Looks like something from Anthony Gormley on speed.
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1792 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2012 4:23PM

Quote:I am trying hard to get composition right. Sylvia

Can I recommend an excellent book, The Photographer's Eye by Michael Freeman? It's not about rules, or 'right' composition, and he never once mentions thirds! It's about how different compositions and formats work, how the eye 'reads' an image, how it travels round within the frame. In a sense I found it quite shocking as it gives an explanation for things that I had previously regarded as sacred mystery, but it's an incredibly inspiring read. And it was another member here who recommended it to me.
Moira
29 Dec 2012 6:58PM
Lovely composed image Sylvia. The figure on the left has been ideally placed. Well done
Jim
30 Dec 2012 10:40AM
Great composition
jaktis 13 84 Sweden
30 Dec 2012 2:35PM
Interesting

Peter
Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
6 Jan 2013 4:08PM
This is the type of art that Mikbee would appreciate if only he were here to view it!
24 Jan 2013 9:35PM
ive been there i go every year good shot

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