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Old Mar 20, 2009, 5:42 AM   #1
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Shot this scene after the sunset, as much asthe sensorcaptured ofthe melancholy I enjoyed...





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Old Mar 24, 2009, 8:24 PM   #2
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I Love the colours. nice shot
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Old Mar 25, 2009, 2:15 AM   #3
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Thank you for the feedback. Oh, I'm happy to see there's someone out there who found the image worthy of dropping a line:-)
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Looks like the feeling people get passing a park after there kids have left home. Theempty nest park, a sad place to see after your kids are gone, until the grandkids come into your life.
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The scene is pretty cluttered with lots of little things but I like the lighting. Particularly I like the street light. It seems to actually glow. Nice job my friend.
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Old Mar 25, 2009, 7:11 PM   #6
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Excellent shot bahadir!!! You can almpst hear the echoes of the childrens laughter.

"melancholy":idea:Thats it!!!! Often felt that, whilstgoing for one last stroll before goin home after a weeks holiday.
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Old Mar 26, 2009, 11:39 AM   #7
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Looks like the feeling people get passing a park after there kids have left home. Theempty nest park, a sad place to see after your kids are gone, until the grandkids come into your life.
Ah...Empty nest park...I'm quite pleased to readyour allegorical response signalling to the sensitive spirit beneath. As for the grandkids; I'm happy to grantmy parents enough : )

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The scene is pretty cluttered with lots of little things but I like the lighting. Particularly I like the street light. It seems to actually glow. Nice job my friend.
Actually just a bench, a lamp post and a slide department would suffice.Pretty cluttered indeed...So, there's much truth in your criticism. Yea, the convincing glow of the street light, one of the things I also like in this image,is there thanks to the hdr rendering.Always delighted to read yourfeed back my friend.

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Excellent shot bahadir!!! You can almpst hear the echoes of the childrens laughter.

"melancholy":idea:Thats it!!!! Often felt that, whilstgoing for one last stroll before goin home after a weeks holiday.
Thank you for the insightfulcomment SternSteve! Yea, actually it is the absence of sth. which is felt most present, ain't it?...Surrounded by the sounding seathere as you see in the picture,one - ah,perhaps during one last stroll before one calls 'home' - couldreally feelsomedepictionfrom overacentury and halfas follows:''resignedly beneath the sky...The melancholy waters lie'...', which I'd like to share with all melancholy lovers like myself : )
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Hello my friend, nice to see you are still producing some excellent shots.
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Old Mar 27, 2009, 5:51 PM   #9
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Hello my friend, nice to see you are still producing some excellent shots.
I'm so happy to hearfrom you after quite a while my friend! Hope you keepsharing your inspiring photographs as well as your keen expertise... And thank you for your encouraging words!
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Old Mar 28, 2009, 4:08 AM   #10
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Yes it seems Zeus blessed you with very nice purple clouds arkadas this is a very nice picture, i just redid it a little hope you don't mind


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