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Canal surface #5

03/09/2011

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  1. 08/09/2011 11:19 pm

    This is amazing, Patterns on the surface of water can be really interesting as the light changes/ motion of the water have an effect on the final image. very retro!

  2. 09/09/2011 7:26 pm

    This is a nice series of fine abstracts, my favorites are the two first ones – and this 😉

    • 09/09/2011 9:01 pm

      I really appreciate your comments – it’s good to know these shots are appreciated.

  3. 23/09/2011 6:55 pm

    Graham, this is a stupendous shot – I wish very much that it were MY shot, its as simple as that! I don’t make bad comments about people’s pictures, but I often urge people to crop/frame more tightly, so that only the subject of the picture is in the picture – you have perfect framing/cropping here >>> but a thought >>> how would this picture look if you rotate it by 90 degrees clockwise and then horizontally flip it? But even without these additives, this is a great abstract. FATman

    • 23/09/2011 9:40 pm

      Interesting suggestion. I did experiment with different orientations – sttled on this one in the end. However, I like the idea of experimenting in this way, especially with the more abstract shots. Food for thought.

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