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Old Jun 7, 2018, 10:11 PM   #1
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Definitely remindful of or adds (or creates) a touch of "expressionism" style.
(Maybe something along the lines of an August Macke.)

As such, I probably would have "hit it harder toward that kind of direction."
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G'day mate

A beautiful scene - yes as you say very 'rural' ... the shadows blend in very well with the old buildings & the truck. Pity the sun is bleaching out so much - but I have the same issues as well!

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Yes, shooting into the Sun does have that effect. It was quite hot, and that treatment gives me the feel of the way I saw it at the time.



This, perhaps is even more evocative of the moment:
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Yeah - the sepia look & feel does put it back to a 'a few decades' ago

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Definitely remindful of or adds (or creates) a touch of "expressionism" style.
(Maybe something along the lines of an August Macke.)

As such, I probably would have "hit it harder toward that kind of direction."
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