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Trim Trail Abstract

By Rach1970
Well I looked at my photos from the class Shapes Hunt from the other day and couldn't find many without children on... they do get in the way when you're in a school Smile
This one is of part of the Trim Trail in the infant playground, heavily cropped due to aforesaid subjects. My first real attempt at an abstract so it'll be interesting to know what people think. And hold your horses - I've got a shot of part of the shelter for tomorrow's upload. I hope you can contain yourselves!
Thanks for your time and comments as always, much appreciated.
Rachel

Tags: General Shadows Abstract Specialist and abstract Squares Trim trail

Voters: danwhite11, lifesnapper, helenlinda and 10 more


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Comments


9 Oct 2008 7:41PM
Love it!!

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Rach1970 8 14 1 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2008 7:42PM
Thanks Dan.
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2008 7:43PM
Well done Rach. Saw this and knew immediately it was yours!!!
Helen
Rach1970 8 14 1 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2008 7:47PM
Ha ha, you recognised it then?! Smile
DOGSBODY 7 1.4k 30 England
9 Oct 2008 8:05PM
Great colours, shapes and shadows. Andy
Rach1970 8 14 1 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2008 8:07PM
Thanks Andy Smile
PeterBee 10 35 5 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2008 8:09PM
Great colour & texture.

Peter
Rach1970 8 14 1 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2008 8:12PM
Thank you Peter.
AnneWorner 8 620 43 United States
9 Oct 2008 9:40PM
The diagonals of the shadows is what makes this stand out. Well seen.
Anne
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
9 Oct 2008 11:16PM
A well spotted detail here.Colour,lines and shadows too !!!
Good spot.
Mick.
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2008 11:52PM
For me this is all about the tension between the objects leaning one way and their shadows leaning the other and, as Anne says, the diagonals make the image stand out.

I've attempted a very quick mono conversion simply because by removing the colour the shapes and contrasts are forced to work together! If anything I could have darkened the shadows a little more.

Best wishes,
Bill
Frase 8 Scotland
12 Oct 2008 9:06PM
I like it , super image.
Don
Rach1970 8 14 1 United Kingdom
13 Oct 2008 7:50PM
Thanks all for your generous comments. Thank you too to Woolybill for the mod, it works well I reckon.
Rachel

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