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Old Feb 23, 2008, 6:33 AM   #11
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Might as well end this photo game? It was fun

Part 4

Yea, it was fun, like a campfire flickering all through the night... Then I should name it: 'game is up' , and'the imaginary' the one before (part three) ! I guess youhave figured out where the inspiration comes from ; )
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Old Feb 24, 2008, 4:53 PM   #12
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The first pic kept me guessing, the secondhinted a little moreand by the third, I finally figured it out. Cool series.
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The first pic kept me guessing, the secondhinted a little moreand by the third, I finally figured it out. Cool series.
Thank you, toshi43, for viewing and commenting. British Columbia - suppose nature is much the same as here in Scandinavia

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Old Feb 27, 2008, 3:52 PM   #14
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Really beautifull shots there Torgny, very nice use of thelight.
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Old Feb 28, 2008, 5:18 AM   #15
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Really beautifull shots there Torgny, very nice use of thelight.
Thank you, Alex. Good light can give depth and shadows, or perhaps those two are one and the same. Since we can´t control it or really understand it's nature, we might at least want to understand it's effects

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Old Feb 29, 2008, 4:10 AM   #16
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Nicely shot, although late afternoon is not the best time for these scenes

at this yime of year,in contrastto the sunset and silloutte shot which

which is shot at the right time....the full black in some of the shots also

appears to be a shade lighter than the black background webpage..or

maybe it's just the effect of my new monitor at 3000 to 1dynamic range.:-)

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Old Feb 29, 2008, 2:44 PM   #17
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Nicely shot, although late afternoon is not the best time for these scenes

at this yime of year,in contrastto the sunset and silloutte shot which

which is shot at the right time....the full black in some of the shots also

appears to be a shade lighter than the black background webpage..or

maybe it's just the effect of my new monitor at 3000 to 1dynamic range.:-)

...............musket.


Thank you, musket. Don´t we all see wonderful things and try to communicate them to others the best we can, each and every one after ability

There is a

what

and we will never reach knowledge about the true nature of things

and there is a

how

and fortunately wehave different impressions and we can have fruitful exchange of opinions, something that vastly increases the dynamic range of the mind

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