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    Hey Susie!

    This is great, but the horizon is crooked???


    cheers, ads :o)

    p.s... i can't choose between the b&w or this! great stuff... :o)
    • 24 Apr 2009 2:10PM
  • Postcards From The Asylum #11


    Such a commanding POV in this Susie, the light looks to be hostile, forcing its way into this space, only to find a disconnected (broken?) telephone...

    What a series... Stunning...

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    • 24 Feb 2009 12:05PM
  • Postcards From The Asylum #10

    wow! a great use of space here Susie (IMO)

    love the light in this, love the series!!!

    hope youre well! ads :o)
    • 23 Feb 2009 11:46AM
  • Postcards From The Asylum #8

    hey Susie!

    wow, a great series you have here...

    it looks hideous in there, dirty and grungy, but with some great light through the window into that second area...

    your standard continues to improve, congratulations! ads :o)
    • 10 Dec 2008 11:05AM
  • Postcards From The Asylum #5

    Hey Susie, just catching up on this series... wow!

    You have done it again, looking forward to more(?)

    Cheers, ads :o)
    • 3 Dec 2008 12:42PM
  • Shoe

    realy like the comp, tones and color here... the light is also nice :o)

    for me, the vignette is too obvious and i think the shot could benefit from having more detail brought out from the shadows of the shoe

    the strap section above the buckle is in danger of (but not quite) losing detail in the highlights...

    on a second look, a seamless background would be the go too, my eye keeps getting drawn to the horizontal line which splits the shoe...

    potentially a great shot, well done! ads :o)
    • 14 Oct 2008 3:05PM
  • 46

    thankyou very much!

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    • 7 Oct 2008 1:39PM
  • 46


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    • 7 Oct 2008 1:39PM
  • state of being (ii)

    wow! this shed looks to have seen better days Susie...

    really like the letterbox crop, strong composition and the even exposure through the frame!

    the light enables us to become interested in the shed... its history, and its welfare... although having read your text, it implies that its a good thing that nature is reclaiming it now?

    easy on the eye, as usual... ads :o)
    • 30 Jul 2008 2:00PM
  • Model 11


    nice portrait, but i have some questions...

    were the hands of the model cut off intentionally?
    you have exposed for the face, but did you intend for the back of the shirt to be blown out?
    given that she seems to be looking at someone next to you, was the slightly disengaged look criticised?
    and finally, what is a merit and did you get one?

    pardon my ignorance, just interested to know... ads :o)
    • 29 Jul 2008 1:23PM
  • Urbanology (8-7)

    thankyou all for visiting!

    Sarah, Dianna and Susie, nice to hear from you...

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    • 29 Jul 2008 1:08PM
  • state of being (i)

    hey Susie!

    yes, the gradient is what does it for me in this shot...

    looks like another great series coming, or at least thats the expectation!

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    • 29 Jul 2008 11:55AM
  • street names

    this is lovely Susie...

    lots to like about this, the bold lines against the soft sky, the many birds, and what they are doing, the rich dusky tones, strong comp and tasty post processing... oh! and another apt quote (where do you get these?)

    similar (in a good way :o)) to a shot in your haiku series? hmmm... like it alot!

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    • 28 Jul 2008 1:02PM
  • The George #7

    cheers Brett, much appreciated...

    ... and thanks Susie, for your support of this series!

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    • 27 Jul 2008 3:13PM
  • wonder

    wow... what a lovely tree!

    stunning sky and i really like how the light falls across the tree here, the fence and the high grass in the foreground are interesting and complementary to the main subject... love the lines in the green paddock grass as well!

    i also like the low horizon Susie, consistent with your dynamic eye for composition, it is something out of the ordinary which may attract criticism from the (many) more conservative people around here.

    solid image! ads :o)

    p.s. i think ralph waldo emerson had it pretty right there! :o))
    • 27 Jul 2008 10:44AM
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    wow! great treatment...

    i like the tension in this, and also the *ordinariness* of the shot underneath the treatment...

    well done! ads :o)

    p.s. engaging portfolio by the way :o)
    • 23 Jul 2008 1:29PM
  • 12: in between

    hey Susie :o)

    somehow missed this one!

    hmmm... i really like the poem, picture wise, i like the diagonal composition and that the two pale shells stand as *sentinels* along the way...

    perhaps they didnt let the ocean take the water back? lol :o))

    delightful shot, as is the series... well done! ads :o)
    • 20 Jul 2008 3:29PM
  • The George #2

    cheers Susie!

    appreciate you viewing these...

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    • 20 Jul 2008 3:26PM
  • 13: suspended

    Hey Susie :o)

    This is great, a strong comp and sense of presence here. as usual the poem really complements the image

    I dont agree with the composition crit, but hey it takes all types i guess...

    great series! ads :o)
    • 17 Jul 2008 7:37AM
  • 11: a moment of stillness

    great urban image Susie...

    well done! ads :o)
    • 14 Jul 2008 1:10PM
  • 10: retreats to the sea

    hey again!

    hmmm... so delightfully different from the previous one i just viewed Susie, the sense of fun in this is contagious but is juxtaposed with the serious (even somber?) mono tones... great energy in this frame!

    love the poem too, it takes me way back to the days when this really was my mantra!

    well done, and as mentioned many times by others here, you have yet again produced a great series of entertaining and engaging images, stories, moments and emotions...

    congratulations! ads :o)

    p.s... (this post reads like i expect the series to finish here, but thats thats not how i wanted it to sound, i want more! lol :o)))
    • 13 Jul 2008 8:24AM
  • 9: before the guests

    hi there Susie!

    well, just catching up on your latest couple of uploads...

    the luminescence(?) in this is fantastic! the light bounces all around the frame and the colorful patterns from the cushions are a feast for the eyes...

    i think the simple composition works really well against the complex display of color.

    first class! ads :o)
    • 13 Jul 2008 8:17AM
  • 8: shallows

    oooh... i remember this shot!

    back to the old 300d Susie? lol :o)) i dont suppose you have put your 5D on ebay then? hee hee

    this image was lovely then, and is still lovely now... works well with the poem too!

    well done, ads :o)
    • 3 Jul 2008 3:49PM
  • 7: the last embrace

    hmmm... *really* like the light in this Susie...

    good use of the shallow depth of field and the elements all play of each other nicely...

    for me, the glass bottle draws the eye... so, well composed! i dont get the feeling of the bottle sliding out of frame, but hey! ive been drinkin... lol :o))

    great shot, great series! ads :o)
    • 3 Jul 2008 3:41PM
  • The abandoned house of God

    i might have liked to see a bit more of outside and less frame here, but hey, what do i know?

    well done! ads :o)
    • 3 Jul 2008 2:58PM
  • Worshipping in the Dust

    a really engaging set of shots here...

    well done! ads :o)
    • 3 Jul 2008 2:57PM
  • Words of Abandon


    off to look at the rest of the series...

    well done, ads :o)
    • 3 Jul 2008 2:54PM
  • abandoned house

    wow... lovely tones/post production...

    has a real CG high end gamer feel to it!

    i think the composition is ballsy too, well done! ads :o)
    • 3 Jul 2008 2:45PM
  • 6: one farmer & me

    the sky, the light, the comp, the subject, the poem...

    love it love it love it love it love it!!!

    well done Susie, love this shot! ads :o)
    • 1 Jul 2008 1:06PM
  • 5: the silence of books

    hey Susie :o)

    love the comp here and the repetitive pattern... agree with bill that the b&w might work too, but i think its still effective in color...

    fits well with the series, well done! ads :o)
    • 1 Jul 2008 12:58PM