Thursday, April 29, 2010

wings


10 comments:

  1. That's pretty. God I love cemeteries.

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  2. I've had a shot of her face and hand as my desktop for two weeks now. I'll eventually post all of her- just in pieces. ;)

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  3. Nice site, glad I found it...some of your pix are fascinating....

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  4. I bet those are cool. Gone are the days when I just look at the photo and think 'yep that's the photo I took... pretty good... better luck next time.' Now I play with the color and I crop it... it can make a good pic brilliant.

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  5. Very nice, like the composition a lot!

    /Morrica

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  6. Don't get me wrong- I prefer that. I prefer getting the shot I want when I shoot it, but I've also been trying little by little to get over my deep-seated loathing of Photoshop. Only way to do that is to fuss around with it sometimes. This picture was taken in color and included her foot, but I kept the aspect ratio the same when I cropped it, turned it b&w, and then applied some serious contrast abuse. ;)

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  7. Have been enjoying looking at your recent shots here, especially the cemetery pieces, but the vultures too, and barbed wire... it all resonates...

    Am a bit of a cemetery haunter myself, if you have a minute, do try clicking on the "cemeteries" label in my sidebar, at present there are 103 previous posts about cemeteries, and more to come... sooner or later most of us will end up in one somewhere for the long term, may as well enjoy them while we're able...
    :-)
    Actually, there's also alot of very good and very poignant artwork in them, heaven for earthly poets...

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  8. The lucky ones do. The ones with families who want to remember- the ones who can afford to inter their loved ones. They get stuck in the ground with something meant to last planted at their heads. The rest of us get forgotten.

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