"Every moment and every event of every man's life on earth plants something in his soul." —Thomas Merton
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- Sun Sep 23, 2018 4:12 pm
- Forum: ― Scapes Showcase
- Topic: Showcase your best sunset photos
- Replies: 41
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The sunset that wasn't Until the equinox tonight, 9/22/'18 at 9:54 PM, ET, it is still summer even though the temps are in the low 6o's. So, this is the last sunset of this summer, the sunset that wasn't. Matt A blue sunset is an anomaly but it works well, especially with the dead tree silhouetted ...
- Sun Sep 23, 2018 4:10 pm
- Forum: Project 52
- Topic: Matt's Second Project 52: Windows, stairs and doors
- Replies: 20
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Adorable. I regret I've never seen kangaroos in their native habitat. They are so cute, and so unique. I especially like the last one, where the joey seems like he's been rather carelessly crammed into his carseat by a mom in a hurry.
Very nice use of natural silhouetting. A trio all processed like the first would give you a nice set to frame together.
Spotted on my morning walk. Matt I'm no expert at this but it has a "golden mean" look to it. The tallest leaning grass stem is the starting point. My this week's challenge is for leading lines, and yours is already better than what I got!! Was there much color in it? It might do well in color if t...
- Sun Sep 23, 2018 3:49 pm
- Forum: ― Artistic Expression Showcase
- Topic: TRNP at sunset
- Replies: 1
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Oh my, that's the color treatment straight out of Bierstadt and other Hudson River School landscape painters! Love the way you've got the buffalo framed with the grasses and landforms
- Sun Sep 23, 2018 3:46 pm
- Forum: General Discussions
- Topic: Help!!! Needed Re: Image Sales
- Replies: 12
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I just got the estimates back from the local printer. The restaurant manager is intrigued with metal prints. After seeing the restaurant and the other decor, I am leaning more towards the acrylic, but there are several different versions even of that (thick, thin, layered, etched) . I'll talk to the...
Waiting. S- I think I just saw a shot of Matt's inspired by this, but more abstract. I like them both. Matt's is a study of light and form. Yours is a story of the person who is sitting on this side of the blinds, unable or unwilling to see what's outside that window, waiting for...we don't know wh...