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Old Jul 3, 2007, 11:58 AM   #11
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the sun was to low for a walk in the woods, so i went to 'winters hill' and got out my filterto get some sunsets
Yes strong filtering, good shots, what filter or filters were you using on these?

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Old Jul 3, 2007, 1:24 PM   #12
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This stunning sunset series reminds me of the glorious sunsets on the Prairies when I was a boy. Beautiful indeed.
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Old Jul 3, 2007, 6:12 PM   #13
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I first did some shots with no filter and the sun was too strong so on went a Hunter Warm Tone UV' but the sun was still to strong (see post), so I then added a Hunter Orange filter and bingo, drama, you see the result.

As for past, present and the future for me it's all embroiled in KARMA. But whilst we can choose our own paths to follow then our destiny is our own.
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Eruptive, radiating picture. Götterdämmerung

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Old Jul 3, 2007, 7:53 PM   #15
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Bill, that'sa worthy addition to your great series and which could also guaranteethe satisfaction of your next karma



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@ Torgny: Thank you for your kind suggestion remembering one of my earlier statements!

Verfremdungseffekt.....:!:

I'd still consider art a magicalexperience both for its creator and the observer alike, during which one is lifted to an alternative realmwhich hasrulesof its own! Besides I do not find the emotional aspect necessarily be a an obstacle for the rational aspect...

Ah, that almost reminds me of the conflict between Plato's vision of art and Aristotalian tragedy : ) Don't they try to break the boundaries with the classical norms???:G

While appreciating Brecht as an outstanding representative of socialist realist art, I'd rather favour thevision of Georg Lucaks in thewell knowncontroversy as you may know


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bahadir,

To my knowledge Brech t changed his views on the classic. Marx himself read the great litterature.

Verfremdungseffekt versus Katharsis or the other way around. When you go home after having seen a play by for instance Sophokles on the classical side or a play by Brecht you can feel equally emotionally liberated and perhaps thereby more suited to take on the issues, wether they are mental or political.

Interesting themes you bring up,

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Old Jul 4, 2007, 2:55 AM   #17
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To my knowledge Brech t changed his views on the classic.
Ah, regarding his erratic judgements on Sheakespeare, he mighthave, which, in turn, shouldhave changed that of your friend'sIMO... ; )

May God save the one in a literature classdiscussing Macbeth, all surrounded by 'feminist approach' ardents :!:

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nice images bill,
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