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Old May 25, 2011, 5:05 AM   #11
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I agree with the dorky title-comment of Streets, specially for a foreigner who's mother tongue is not English - "Worm Hole" does not tell me anything, but the alternative "End Of World" certainly would - especially since we just managed to survived May 23rd...
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I think this capture of that motive of yours is the best one yet of this small church. Its almost poetic with that yellow foreground (are those dandelions?), but it's the sky, the clouds and the special light in the clouds that make this picture. And your special touch of composition, of cours!
On the other hand, the total absence of color in the sky puzzles me a bit and makes me wonder what it would look like with some blue sky...

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Also the composite picture of 20 - 2.5 second shots stacked in this other thread of yours is great, though ominous-looking and giving the scene a bit of a sinister or hostile touch, but very interesting photograpy-wise!

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Old May 25, 2011, 6:41 AM   #12
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... I always try to capture in 3's to give the viewer a lot to look at and plenty of matter to tour guide the eyes around. The 3 important elements to a photo is interesting foreground, subject and background...tie them together somehow and present in hopes others will like it and be inspired.
Both the church and sky are strong enough to be the subject of individual photos. Better than that, IMHO, is how your composition ties them together via the flowers for a circular tour of the elements. I enjoyed the tour.
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Old May 25, 2011, 9:08 AM   #13
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Hey,

Everyone the slightest interested in astronomy knows what worm hole means - very well chosen title.

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Old May 25, 2011, 10:31 AM   #14
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Thanks for the added interest here. The reference to "worm hole" is used a lot in space Sci fi shows when the space craft is about to be sucked in and you've got Captain Kurk shouting "MORE POWER SCOTTY"!, then Scotty from the engine room screams back, "SHES GIVING ALL SHES GOT! Its at this moment a wide view of impending distruction clamps down on the space ship and just before being sucked into the Worm Hole a dark gloved hand appears out of nowhere to pick up the space ship and move it out of impending doom.

Now, don't tell anyone I like those shows and believe in Worm Holes. :P

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Old May 25, 2011, 2:09 PM   #15
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I can see now, where my ingnorance took a turn to the wors.
I'm not the slightes interested in astronomy (just kicking Torgny's leg, really...) and I never cared for Sci fi neither - hopless, it seems...

Ah well, I got along so far. As long as I can find my own behind with my hands, I am not worried!

Cheers guys!
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Old May 25, 2011, 2:17 PM   #16
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