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The Shopper 2

By pamelajean
Thankyou for your interest in The Shopper 1.
I found your comments very helpful.
I have been playing with several of the other images that I took of it - rotating, cropping, mirroring, etc.
Here are 4 versions of the same image, and I'd be interested in knowing which you favour.
This time they are all in colour as most of you preferred that.

This is part of a sculpture at the Henry Cort Sculpture Park in Fareham Centre, the pedestrianised area of West Street. The "puddled" wrought iron sculptures are themed on Farehamís market town history and the exhibition is the largest of its type in Britain, providing a unique and interesting thoroughfare.
The project commemorated the inventor of the "puddling" process for wrought iron and focused on combining the materials and techniques available prior to his death in 1800 with contemporary design.


Pamela.

Tags: Sculpture Specialist and abstract Hampshire Wrought iron Fareham Puddling Henry Cort

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TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
30 Jan 2014 4:14PM
Another great presentation, Pamela Smile Think I prefer the orientation of V2 & V4 - don't know why, it just feels more right! If choosing between those two, then it's V2 in the landscape format Wink
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30 Jan 2014 4:26PM
Great abstract captures, excellent presented!
Regards,
George
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 4:29PM
Between V3 and V4 for me. The slant in V1 & V2 is too extreme. As to rising or falling diagonal, I'm surprised that it seems to make little emotional difference here.
I do wish her foot wasn't cut off, even if it meant a bit less at the top of the frame.
I do like her, I might even be tempted to go to Fareham to see her!
Moira
LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 4:32PM
V2 for me, I love the diagonal composition and the way all the lines are converging on the RHS out of the picture.
CarolG Plus
10 198 19 Greece
30 Jan 2014 4:41PM
Excellent captures, Pamela, with V.4 getting my vote. Carol
psu68 3 1 2 United States
30 Jan 2014 4:56PM
Cannot put my finger on it precisely, but the base of the statue seems to be fighting with the statue for attention in V1 &2 so I prefer V3 & its mirror image V4.

Art
franken Plus
14 4.0k 4 Wales
30 Jan 2014 5:16PM
I'm drawn to version 4, Pamela.

Ken
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 7:01PM
My preference is for V2. It's the extreme forward movement that appeals I suppose Smile
There is something of Wallis and Gromit in the 'hands' - or rather, of one of Wallis' ladyfriends Blush
Regards
Bill
dark_lord Plus
12 1.8k 337 England
30 Jan 2014 7:39PM
Torn between V3 and V4, the statue just fits the crop better.
BIGRY1 Plus
4 3 7 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 9:10PM
V3 or 4 for me. The more portrait format suits the image better. As mentioned, V1 and 2 the slant is a bit too muchWinkSmile
Ryan
Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 10:12PM
Have to agree here Pamela I am more drawn to V2
but please do not ask why...just like it
Lillian
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
31 Jan 2014 12:24AM
All work well with the off kilter slant here I feel Pamela.
The correct lead one for V1.
It is the slantiest of them all !!
Mick.
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
31 Jan 2014 9:30AM
I cannot decide which I prefer but they are unique variations on a theme.

Albert
CaroleS Plus
6 424 3 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2014 9:56AM
Super lines on the diagonal, although my eyes prefer the angle in V4.
Lovely subtle colour and detail.
31 Jan 2014 11:10AM
V1 for me too, the hands are brilliant here.
Is that vandalism along the edges of the bag?


Dougie
netta1234 Plus
4 381 2 Wales
31 Jan 2014 7:49PM
A great unusual set Smile
NettaSmile
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
1 Feb 2014 7:38PM
Intriguing series Pamela. My favourite is V3
Rende
2 Feb 2014 6:09PM
excellent presentation
3 Feb 2014 4:21PM
Well noticed - superb set of very nice images,
Johanna
carper123 Plus
5 941 8 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2014 4:45PM
Super set of variants, Pamela, amazing what a different POV has on an image.
Nice one.
Darryl. x SmileSmile
Kim Walton 13 145 30 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2014 8:09PM
First couple i didnßt like--well exposed but
3rd one made it for me ,i like the uprights working with the lay of the slabs.--where the last one works against it.
Once again a nice set.Wink
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
9 Feb 2014 8:06PM
Some interesting angles here Pamela, I don't have a particular favourite

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