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  • The Athlete!

    My take on it was that it was particularly good precisely because we could not see her feet or the ground, as this would have taken away the feeling of space and cleanliness, it would have given a sense of place, which is refreshing in its absence.
    That then almost demanded some of her tail out of frame or she would merely have looked legless - I see the composition as very dynamic, energetic, balanced, modern, effective, intriguing, clean and simple.
    • 26 Feb 2008 8:41PM

    Hi Folks

    Hope u r all having fun with your tools, cameras, etc...

    now where is the blessed prize banner?? any site staff about???

    • 4 Feb 2008 8:25PM
  • Autumn

    Your patience was well rewarded; particularly like the movement and shapes echoing each other between sky and trees. Converging verticals seem to suit the surreal feel, too. Would look just as good without brown line frame, IMO

    • 1 Nov 2007 8:56PM
  • SILENCY...

    I like the composition and tones, though, as ever, prefer no framing (that's just me !)...really like the effect of mist, dewy cobwebs, deail.

    • 1 Nov 2007 8:43PM
  • dry dock

    Like the low contrast and pastel effect ...think it is reminiscent of old seaside watercolours or postcards and adds pathos. Makes it quite painterly, which I nearly always like. (Andy: Not to say your high contrast seascapes don't work very well in a different way Smile )
    • 27 Oct 2007 11:41AM
  • More joy!

    They are happy, yep! I think they were probably watching the Ball, Robert.

    Thanks for your comments!
    • 22 Oct 2007 8:02PM
  • afternoon light in the wood

    This works for me, deceptive, subtle, underwater feel, thanks for posting it.

    • 21 Oct 2007 7:31PM

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