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Old 03-11-2000, 11:26 PM
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Here are two versions of the same image. The first one shows the original colors although they are saturated a bit more. the second has the colors and the contrast changed. I like the results of the second one #14. I also wonder if anyone can see what the subject is. I meant to make it abstract. Anyone want to say what it looks like?

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Hmmmm...looks to me like one of onion domes on top of orthodox churches?
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Old 03-12-2000, 05:12 PM
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Shadows of a man standing with crossed arms in the prow of a boat.
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Looks like a chimney on a roof with trees in the background.
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Agree with Drew - also looks like he is looking through a pair of binoculars.
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Not binoculars... I'd assume he's taking the photo of his own shadow. Maybe?

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Thanks everyone, it was great to read your comments. I also thought it looked like a dome on a church. The truth is it is my shadow. I was standing on a dock holding my digital camera and pointing it into the water. So the image is my shadow and a corner of the dock.

Anyone else willing to post some of their digital art here? I would like to see what some of you are creating.

Mick

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A man without arms standing by a house

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Yea for Jen!!! She got it!!!
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in my opinion the first image is stronger than the second simply because the stark white on the top cuts the second image in half.. and the viewer gets rather focused on that rather than the whole image...

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