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baclark 7 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2010 8:40PM
I really like this minamalistic image. Love the curving lines, tones and space.
Barbara

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csurry 14 9.2k 92
10 Mar 2010 8:49PM
Thanks Barbara, knew it would be a slow burner Grin
mrswoolybill Plus
9 877 1427 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2010 9:08PM
Like this a lot. My reflex reaction with an image like this would be to crop to square, but looking at this the cool, pale space on the right works.
Moira
Shroomer 9 14 167 England
10 Mar 2010 9:11PM
Can you explain what it is Cheryl. Like the tones and curves but its like the Old Ask the Family quiz type thingies...lol
Richard
10 Mar 2010 9:20PM
Excellent minimalist image. Like it a lot.

Rgds

Richard
Bigtoe 7 7 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2010 9:30PM
Really like this composition. Glad you dug it out. Cheers, Tony.
rockfish 6 1 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2010 9:34PM
Excellent (a minimalist comment Smile )
ironman 6 1
10 Mar 2010 9:36PM
Good minimalist image.
Phil_L 7 19 1 Wales
10 Mar 2010 9:43PM
Elegant abstraction.
borrower 6 4 England
10 Mar 2010 10:29PM
Excellent, cracking abstract.
Louise
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
10 Mar 2010 10:50PM
Perfect design, Cheryl. Abstract inovation. Ron.
csurry 14 9.2k 92
11 Mar 2010 8:00AM
What is it, very simple actually.

The original series was titled "paper and light" which is a big clue.

So in essence all they ever consisted of was either a background piece of paper,as in this one, and a light source, in this case natural light. Some of the others used a lightbox as the background which caused the change in light from bright to shadow to occur on each separate strip. And the paper is just arranged to create an image.
Shroomer 9 14 167 England
11 Mar 2010 4:23PM
Many thanks for that Cheryl
Richard
HowardA 9 231
12 Mar 2010 2:21PM
22 votes. Ludicrous! Great example of light, lines and composition. Nice job.
csurry 14 9.2k 92
13 Mar 2010 9:40AM
Thanks Howard, to be honest black and whites rarely do well and add to that the fact it is pieces of paper then it's not everyones "cup of tea".

Can say it is quite good fun on a wet day when other styles of photography are not possible to give this sort of thing a go. People think still lifes are easy but they are probably amongst the hardest subjects as the only person to blame for a poor result is yourself.
CathyI 11 344 3 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2010 11:56AM
Beautiful in its simplicity and ambiguity - it could be so many things...and I could spend a very long time seeing different things in it, despite its minimalism!

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