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Potra 3 Venezuela
28 Aug 2013 12:39AM
You and the shadows and the silver horizons...You keep fascinating me!
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Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2013 7:10AM
An interesting study of light and textures, the silhouetted figures work well for me here clustered at the centre of the frame.
Nigel
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2013 8:10AM
Very well observed and captured but I can't get the sloping horizons out of my line of sight and minds eye...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2013 8:13AM
Simple yet full of complicated and even the absence of light and textures... Superb.
28 Aug 2013 8:19AM

Quote: the sloping horizons out of my line of sight and minds eye..


But Nathan there isn't any horizon in this image, mate. It's a sand-bar. At an angle.
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2013 8:20AM
I see no horizons . . . . . . . Wink
But the dynamic of the angled shoreline does jolt the brain into wondering if the situation is as idyllic as first sight would suggest. Note that the two adult humans are facing away from each other.
Oh the power of suggestion!
Another cracker, Alan.
Regards
Bill

Only one more day of washyourmouthoutwithsoapandwater to go Smile
MalcolmM Plus
11 499 5 Scotland
28 Aug 2013 8:22AM
Lovely strong silhouettes, layers of light & shade, & textures - excellent.
Malcolm
28 Aug 2013 8:24AM
Cheers, Bill. You don't miss a trick Wink
mrswoolybill Plus
9 949 1479 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2013 8:31AM
This has the dignified formality of a tableau, so the formal central placement is crucial. You couldn't have choreographed better body language, silhouettes can be so expressive. (But they're not quite silhouettes, there's just enough detail to give substance, depth). I like the fact that they have a firm base line to stand on.
And you've got a good balance between top and bottom layers here. Good, very good.
Moira
28 Aug 2013 8:37AM
Thanks, Moira.

x Smile
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
28 Aug 2013 9:06AM
dignified formality of a tableau ..... no way can I follow that comment SmileSmile

I like the tension of the body shapes. I can see a diptych increasing the divide even more.

Dave
28 Aug 2013 9:45AM
Don't call me a dipstick Dave you cheeky sod
charlotte 12 34 2 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2013 10:07AM
The sillouettes are perfect Alan against that gorgeous light....you're breaking all the rules and I love it! Wink

Charlotte
28 Aug 2013 10:10AM
Rules. Huh??
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
28 Aug 2013 12:22PM
I love the layers, silhouettes and format Alan.
Rende
28 Aug 2013 7:05PM
A lot going on here compositionally for an apparently simple image. Like the fact that the verticals of the figures break the strong horizontal of the water's edge. Also interesting relationship between figures, to me it suggests they're waiting for something.
Linda
Like the layers & tones.. Nicely observed silhouettes...
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
4 Sep 2013 9:19AM
I love this one, great silhouettes and NATURAL textures.

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