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franken Plus
18 5.2k 4 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 8:32AM
Superb work here Rende.

Ken
accipiter 11 61 England
26 Mar 2014 8:36AM
I love the top but not the color of the green on the bottom and I would crop this into a square format. A very interesting approach to this kind of image in any case. A
26 Mar 2014 8:43AM
Like it Rende, works for me,
Fred.
26 Mar 2014 8:53AM
Beautiful, Rende, and very painterly indeed. I like the green, but I'm not so sure about the colour of the border, it makes everything seem a little dull, a little too sombre, on my screen at least... I think black, charcoal, or even an off-white, would work much better.
Another direction for you to move forward and explore, and hopefully you'll show us more such experiments.Smile

Alan
Rende 13 38 4 Netherlands
26 Mar 2014 9:05AM
Thanks Alan; V2 for you. I think you're right Smile
Rende
Mollycat Plus
7 21 2 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 9:08AM
Definately works better. V2 for me please Rende.
Peter GrinGrinGrin
Philip_H 8 1.4k United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 9:22AM
I like the simplicity and painterly quality of the image, Rende.

P.
barbarahirst 12 27 12 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 9:53AM
Great image
I do favour v 2.....but only just
woolybill1 Plus
14 34 76 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 10:06AM
I didn't associate the image with the name at first. But it is said that a change is as good as a rest!
Very soft and subtle, this I find very pleasing: a question rather than a statement. I don't mind the green, it resembles a watercolour wash; the black background works much better in my eyes. A photograph to which I shall return, I'm certain.
regards
Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.4k 2288 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 10:43AM
It's fascinating, it doesn't look like a photograph, more like a painting. It creates its own world, with its own logic, which is something that I like.
I favour V1. It works for me because of the two very thin black lines - just enough to fix the boundaries. Black is too oppressive.
Moira
ColleenA Plus
8 464 7 Australia
26 Mar 2014 11:05AM
I love this Rende, it's so different and beautifully presented. Funnily enough I find V1 the way you first presented it perfect. Great capture, well done
26 Mar 2014 11:13AM
I like this great work not sure which version I prefer.
Sylvia
Joline Plus
14 30 58 United States
26 Mar 2014 12:02PM
This is starkly beautiful, and it is definitely a fine piece of art. I prefer the lighter border of v1, the black border overwhelms the delicate nature of the subject. Black is definitely way too heavy for it.
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 18 Canada
26 Mar 2014 12:19PM
V1 with the grey border. Works well with the colours in this painting like image. The black just looks all wrong.
capto Plus
8 6.4k 21 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 12:44PM
A subtle and interesting image.Smile

ivor
NDODS 10 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 1:44PM
Intriguing imagery which works for me Rende. Image number two having the impact.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
viscostatic 14 47 9 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 2:57PM
I like them Rende. It is surprising to find what a difference a frame makes; something I often have difficulty with. I prefer V1 here although V2 does draw the eye more to the light of the window.

Phil.
mikbee 13 3 8 Scotland
26 Mar 2014 3:50PM
Good work Rende,
but just a bit too ''arty'' for me perhaps !!
Mick.
SlowSong Plus
12 9.3k 30 England
26 Mar 2014 4:20PM
How interesting to see how the different colour borders work. They both have their own identity and I can't choose.
rontear Plus
17 23 9 England
26 Mar 2014 4:38PM
Different.... Rende, creative simplicity.
Ron
26 Mar 2014 6:12PM
Wonderful work, Rende!
George
pluckyfilly 14 351 33 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 7:46PM
I am not distracted by the border in V1 - its certainly intrigueing (the image)
saltireblue Plus
10 11.2k 68 Norway
26 Mar 2014 8:34PM
Rende as an impressionist? It works for me. I think a simple thin black border - a la v1 but without the broader secondary border would work.
Good experiment - let's hope you have some more to share...no need at all not to feel comfortable...

Malc
derekhansen 12 210 24 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2014 11:05PM
Wonderful work Render. Classic impressionist feel to this.
Derek
taggart Plus
16 47 14 United States
27 Mar 2014 12:39AM
I am dithering--- I so love your crisp clean color images, nothing wrong with this, surprised me you did!
joolsb 16 27.1k 38 Switzerland
27 Mar 2014 5:06AM
Excellent in every way.
ChrisOs 15 2 1 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2014 9:09AM
I really love this image. Very subtle and dreamy.

Can't make up my mind about what colour the frame should be; definitely not the grey though.

Chris
27 Mar 2014 9:21AM
Prefer the black frame on this one Rende.

Dougie
27 Mar 2014 2:40PM
the grey border drains the image, the black enriches it.
bricurtis Plus
15 2.3k 50 England
27 Mar 2014 9:27PM
Mysterious look to this Rende. Personally I'm not in the ' black border camp' it appears too overpowering for the subtlety of the image.
Brian.
xwang 11 56 8
30 Mar 2014 7:17PM
I prefer V1.. wonderful image. Simply and beautiful..
Jasper87 Plus
10 2.6k 158 England
31 Mar 2014 8:41PM
Monet eat your heart out. I think I go with v1 for the border but only just. I like the idea of a square crop without the green as well.

Dave

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