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Irishkate Plus
7 41 111 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 12:23AM
A touch of the Old Masters from the New Master!
Kate GrinGrinGrin

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taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
19 Jul 2014 12:38AM
A great play with light-- lovely results!
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
19 Jul 2014 12:49AM
Lovely light and tones.
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 1:13AM
You have produced a really lovely image...
Good work!
IB
Mollycat Plus
4 11 2 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 1:14AM
Light, shapes and shadows. Perfect still life Alan.
Peter.
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
19 Jul 2014 1:20AM
I don't see too many still lifes on here Alan.
Perhaps no one fancies fiddling about with their rocks ?
Especially in a dark room shining a light on them !!
Mick.
marktc Plus
7 96 15 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 7:48AM
I think Kate got it right when she mentioned "old masters" it's dark and pleasing, perhaps a slight soften of the edges around the light might work or perhaps the light itself is meant to represent two more rocks which it does nicely.
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1792 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 8:16AM
The lighting is fabulous, and you've pushed it one stage beyond the standard, static Still Life.
Particularly after your comment on mine, I am tempted to suggest Stoned again as an alternative title... Tongue
Moira
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1792 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 8:22AM
And as a lazy opportunist, I just wish I had the patience and vision to set something like this up.
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 70 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 8:28AM
Superb.
Regards
Bill

Mick has this . . . . this . . . this way with words, doesn't he?
sherlob Plus
11 2.9k 129 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 9:11AM
I really rate this Alan for the same reasons as stated by Moira above - introducing movement into the genre is a daring step - challenging our definitions of the world around us. In terms of execution - again the image works, but I find the bright spot on the central rock just a little too strong for my tastes - and it proves a little distracting. That said at least its central position in the collection of rocks keeps the viewers attention to where the movement is.

People will talk you know if you keep "fiddling about with your rocks in a dark room". It looks from the comments above that questions are already been askedWink

Adam
jadus 6 1.2k 3 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 11:37AM
I like this a lot Alan.

Another one to set the dutch painters turning in their graves!

Well done.

Jade
Nikonuser1 Plus
5 146 16 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 12:33PM
Excellent AlanSmile

Cliff
Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
19 Jul 2014 12:36PM
This has a very ethereal quality about it which draws one in. The largest rock has a definite feminine quality about itSmile Your creativity is shining through.
Jasper87 Plus
7 1.9k 150 England
19 Jul 2014 7:54PM

Quote:Another one to set the dutch painters turning in their graves!


I have to say it reminded me of the colour and tones of a lot of Rembrant's self portraits.

Another amazing piece of art work, Alan.

Dave
Rende 10 38 4 Netherlands
20 Jul 2014 10:21AM
Beautifully done Alan; I love the colours, the light and the composition.
Rende
TanyaH Plus
14 1.3k 392 United Kingdom
21 Jul 2014 11:31AM
That beautiful point where photography and art collide Grin And this is Art.
PranavMishra 5 52 17 India
22 Jul 2014 6:12AM
very lovely and very interesting to look at.. truly engaging..
26 Jul 2014 5:41PM
A Cubist beauty. Colours, tones, composition, all spot on.
L

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