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Old 04-28-2012, 10:36 AM
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Re: The Darkness Before the Light

I see the coming out of a bender like thing, but I also see a sailboat on the water in a storm. I like the use of photograph, adds to the fact that you have intended to make an abstract. Abstracting reality is a lot different from abstracting from memory.
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Re: The Darkness Before the Light

Thanks Daniel (long time no see), John, Rich, Rick, Nayana and Tim!
Excuse the delay in responding (I'd kind of forgotten about this post ). I do appreciate the darker, alternative impressions of this image - they certainly seem valid!
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