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marktc Plus
5 85 14 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 7:16AM
Serenity personified. Besutiful!

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a beautiful piece of work
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 67 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 8:47AM
Always glad to see composition pushed to its limits Smile
Regards
Bill
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 56 13 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 8:49AM
A great comp, great imageSmile


Cliff
mrswoolybill Plus
9 948 1479 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 9:09AM
Swimming under an abstract painting. Do they allow swans in art galleries?
Moira
11 Jul 2013 9:14AM

Quote:Swimming under an abstract painting. Do they allow swans in art galleries?
Moira



no but you do see people swanning about

...and of course there's the famous mechanical one in the Bowes Museum


Thanks everybody!
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 9:55AM
Excellent composition, use of light and reflections.
Nigel
11 Jul 2013 10:22AM
Thanks, Nigel
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
11 Jul 2013 11:11AM
I was going to say it was a superb use of negative space but there's so much going on in it, by way of texture and colour, it can hardly be labelled 'negative'.

Dave
11 Jul 2013 11:43AM
Cheers Dave. ( Got to admit, nothing would part me from my Benbo, even if it is languishing in a corner, gathering dust. I still love it. )
charlotte 12 34 2 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 12:38PM
Beautiful reflections from the foliage. Love the minimalism Alan. Gorgeous.

Charlotte
11 Jul 2013 12:48PM
Thanks Charlotte. Arse not in gear yet? .....Come on!!! Grin
AnneWorner 8 620 43 United States
11 Jul 2013 2:36PM
Reality and abstractedness merged beautifully in one frame.

Anne
11 Jul 2013 4:00PM
Thanks Anne Smile
hermless 3 1 Scotland
11 Jul 2013 10:46PM
its all been said above ,lots to enjoy and learn from..Breaking all the rules to great effect. it definitely gets the juices going. superb.
Kenny
12 Jul 2013 6:50AM
Cheers Kenny
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
12 Jul 2013 3:42PM
Ma bro likes it anyways GrinGrinGrin Is this yon negative space i have heard so much aboot SmileSmile No sure about the technical aspects but i do find it inspiring GrinGrinGrin Nice one

Rod
12 Jul 2013 5:21PM
Technical aspects- they look after themselves. Or not. In my own stuff it's not something I think about very much, most of the time I just take photographs.
Negative space? ....well... not really, like Dave said there's too much going on, but it's sort of heading in that direction.
If anyone likes it, that's all that matters, that's the bottom line.
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
12 Jul 2013 5:28PM
True Alan , though the bottom line is if you like it GrinGrinTongue . One of my fotaes was labelled negative space by someone , think it wis wee dug big country and i didnae ken (and still don't really) what the guy really meant. To be fair Alan the technicalities are probably second nature tae you whereas us mortals (drunk again) need to constantly think aboot them.
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
12 Jul 2013 5:29PM
Its hard being me lol Sad
12 Jul 2013 5:36PM
Take it easy Rod, it's bloody hard being anybody.
12 Jul 2013 6:53PM
Daring and humorous composition. What river is this?
L
12 Jul 2013 7:00PM
Whatriveristhis Grin.....Not a river! Studely Royal Water Gardens ( Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire )

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