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  • Sculpture at sunset

    images by Kathleen Colbourn: miscellaneous &emdash;
    Last edited by kacolb; 01-22-2013, 02:08 AM.

  • #2
    I may be a bit dense here but I don't quite get the concept you're going for - I see what may be a sunset at the upper right of the main object but don't understand what the brighter area on the left is supposed to be.
    Phil Bunker
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    • #3
      Nothing there to view?
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      • #4
        It's a sculpture with a globe surrounded by a cylinder (I think). Photographed at sunset. I like the abstract treatment and the flash of light at the upper right. The light at the lower left is a bit distracting, but without it I would not have guessed what this was (if I guessed correctly, I mean). A bit of fill light in the foreground would have helped.

        I have seen the other photos on your site, and to me they are good and an interesting take on common objects.
        Zafar
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        • #5
          Originally posted by BPhil8835 View Post
          I may be a bit dense here but I don't quite get the concept you're going for - I see what may be a sunset at the upper right of the main object but don't understand what the brighter area on the left is supposed to be.
          It's a study in shapes and light, and it's beautiful!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by alphasco View Post
            It's a study in shapes and light, and it's beautiful!
            Works for me nice work.

            All the best
            John Hendry Photo

            John Hendry Photo

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            • #7
              I see it now. I like it.
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              • #8
                Thank you all for taking time to view and for also veiwing my website.

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