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deer shelter

By hannnahhh
This is in James Turrell's Deer Shelter in the Yorkshire Sculpture park, there was a perfect square hole in the ceiling revealing a patch of sky which became fascinating as the clouds and ligh changed and occasionally a bird would fly by.. I loved that everyone's immediate reaction was to lie down on their back. Thank you for looking, let me know what you think Smile

Tags: Landscape and travel Portraits and people Flash and lighting

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User_Removed 11 7 8 Netherlands
25 Feb 2007 12:55PM
Great lighting and near abstract composition, broken by the figure lying on his back. Regards, Bert

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25 Feb 2007 2:48PM
great image!!!
Consulo Plus
12 840 10 Scotland
25 Feb 2007 9:29PM
Love that comp and the fact that you have to look to see it, if you catch my meaning. Smile
rhion Plus
13 35 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2007 9:39AM
Michael has stolen my words there - sneaky chap that he is!
Anyway Hannah, it's great to see that you're still producing such interesting and courageous photographs - this has a lot of impact and not many of us would have thought to take it.
Good work.
27 Feb 2007 7:58AM
You have again seen the obscure and captured it. Well done.

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