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Strumbling Gulls (Revisited)

By AdrianTurner  
A slight rework of an earlier upload but does it work?

All comments appreciated; good, bad or indifferent.

Thanks for looking, Adrian.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: johnny_mazoo, jeanie, lukey and 13 more


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Comments


Westers 11 3.9k 1 Burkina Faso
9 Jul 2005 1:14AM
Yes, I think it would work as a set of big canvas prints hanging in a bar, etc but doesn't look quite right as a small photo.

Also, the middle block feels a bit awkward as there's nothing going on there - another gull in here could make this better ?

However I do like it, just not as much as the original Smile

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philwig 11 817 1
9 Jul 2005 1:20AM
Interesting; as above, perhaps it would work better done big hanging on a wall.

I can't help feeling that I ned to see what's at the bottom of those cliffs.
AdrianTurner 12 350 Wales
9 Jul 2005 1:22AM
Cheers Ian & Phil, the lack of subject matter in the middle part of the original is what gave me the idea to split this into three sections but conversely it also troubled me as to whether it would appeal to others. As for me, the jury is still out. ;0)

Adrian.
AngieLatham 12 790 2 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2005 1:47AM
Don't know if I can choose between the two as they both have their own definate quality, but love the idea you have used here. I can see this as three large stretched canvas' on some trendy persons converted warehouse apartment wall!
Nice work Smile
Angie*
AdrianTurner 12 350 Wales
9 Jul 2005 1:53AM
Thanks Angie, now all I have to do is to become trendy and find a way to afford a converted warehouse. lol. ;0)

Not sure which will be more difficult and I definitely can't afford the warehouse.
IanFlindt 11 740 21 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2005 8:57AM
An unusual, and for me extremely appealing, concept, very well executed. Strangely enough, the centre panel is almost as intriguing as those with the features - it has a tantalisingly purity about it!
AdrianTurner 12 350 Wales
9 Jul 2005 11:01AM
Cheers Ian, I must congratulate you on your impeccable taste. ;0)
cattyal Plus
11 7.7k 6 England
9 Jul 2005 1:48PM
I like the split - it's something I do regularly to my pictures but have yet to show any on this site.
ellavr 12 66
10 Jul 2005 7:39AM
I love it. I really like the one in the middle with just blue. This is a great concept, very well executed. Excellent.

It would also look good on the wall!

Ella
clintnewsham 11 121 1 England
10 Jul 2005 9:41AM
i think it works realy well,as has been said,it would look great as a large set of canvas prints,well thought out

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exclusive 11 579 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2005 1:12PM
i think it is a great idea, i like the 3 blocks and belive over stretched canvas they's look great, with no black border.
TeresaH 11 1.1k United Kingdom
14 Jul 2005 3:47AM
Like this very much.
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2005 1:56PM
I like this image very much. Can imagine it would look super framed.
Jeanie
Great image. I lik the way you have split it up.

johnny

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