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    Senior Member Jimmy B's Avatar
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    Snow on the pottery

    There is something about the way the lights hit these pots in storage near where I live, don't know why?
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    Senior Shooter Greg McCary's Avatar
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    Re: Snow on the pottery

    I see what you mean. You captured it very well. The skyline adds to the mood. Thanks for sharing....
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    Re: Snow on the pottery

    Nice job. Love the way you have preserved the background sky even with a timed exposure.
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    If you saw it, you didn't get it. tadrscin's Avatar
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    Re: Snow on the pottery

    Pretty cool Jimmy.
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    Re: Snow on the pottery

    Nice contrast and good use of shadow to create weight.

    The almost monochrome coloration is well accented by the slight amount of color in the sky.The line and flow work fairly well but it seems a bit flat, perhaps too much dark in the lower right. A slightly different angle or elevation on a scene like this might be a thought for future shots. Several variations are possible to strengthen this concept.

    Overall though I feel it works as much anything because of the color and form abstraction.
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