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MickyMc 13 8 United Kingdom
10 May 2011 12:36PM
Very interesting I went back to look at A Jolly Scene and I would never have guessed it was the same.
Mavis
rhousham 13 435 United Kingdom
10 May 2011 12:40PM
Great work with photoshop, notice that you taged this with model boats if they are it's great detail on them.
ketch 13 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
10 May 2011 1:48PM
Perhaps an even richer 'fruits de mer' than before - like the richer tones with this - but the right to left movement works less well for me.

Top notch however (as always).
CliveA 15 5 United Kingdom
10 May 2011 2:03PM
It's a funny thing, direction of activity. How most people prefer east to west on the page is, I suppose, the way they would read a book. I wonder if this is the case in countries where they read from right to left ?
The main model shown is the tug Thruster, to be seen in the Imperial War Museum.
Many thanks for looking
Clive
CliveA 15 5 United Kingdom
10 May 2011 2:11PM
V2 is the original unflipped version for anyone who wishes it.
Clive
Sezz 16 619 15 England
10 May 2011 2:39PM
Superb Clive, love the drama/mood in your excellent processing! V2 works slightly better for me Smile

Sarah *
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 18 Canada
10 May 2011 2:49PM
Excellent work, either way works perfect for me. ...................Sandy
viscostatic 14 49 9 United Kingdom
10 May 2011 4:28PM
Excellent - I always enjoy viewing your work.

Phil.
TONKSPHOTO 10 2 United Kingdom
10 May 2011 4:30PM
Very interesting work and presentation....John
franken Plus
18 5.2k 4 United Kingdom
10 May 2011 7:56PM
Fantastic work!

Ken
ketch 13 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
11 May 2011 7:05PM
Clive - I am sure you are right in that it has something to do with the way we read and the way we are taught to follow the page. I think a lot of Arabic is read from right to left, so it would indeed be interesting to see if there is a prefered direcition that is culturaly based.

Anybody need a disertation subject for a photography degree - I wonder?

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