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Old Apr 28, 2006, 1:37 AM   #1
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a tribute to ryuigie.


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Old Apr 28, 2006, 2:35 AM   #2
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If I knew what it was....I would certainly give some comment there goooodbuddy. But? Vatt dizzit??

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If I knew what it was....I would certainly give some comment there goooodbuddy. But? Vatt dizzit??

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With abstract, it doesn't matter! Although I never have really got abstract art, I guess I'm too right brained or something.
Scot, did you mean ryuijie? If so, very nice choice to aspire too. Your shot has very nice exposure and contrast and a nice job on the B&W conversion. As for the subject, like I said I don't really do abstract, but I can appreciate how difficult it would be to do well and I think you have done a good job here.
Edit: oh yeah, YOU SUCK. :blah: j/k!

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Nice one Scot, should be spelt with a "j" though . . . Ryuijie.

http://www.ryuijie.com/

Still, you'll have to explain the shot a bit.

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Where should I have the bamboo and bark delivered to, Scot? :G

PS I think this might be a caterpillar track impression in sand? I like it.

Actually on second inspection, forget that idea (the caterpillar track that is)

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Old Apr 28, 2006, 6:44 AM   #6
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this is a great shot

love the gritty texture in this shot

nicely done

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Old Apr 29, 2006, 12:42 AM   #7
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once again, sorry for the late reply gentlemen.

thank you for the great compliments and the correction (chri$t almighty if i didn't look

right at the correct spelling as i was typing it!! 8)stupid drain bamage!!!8))

my mood has been a bit dark lately, so here is another example of my disposition.

the globby thing on the upper left is a nice pile of bird $hit.

beauty in imperfection.

here is another angle of the same piece of driftwood.



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Old Apr 29, 2006, 11:14 AM   #8
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Hi ya scot

been checking out some of your work on here and it's quite impressive stuff.

This latest one is not my cup of tea but it had me looking at it for a while and i reckon that 's what photography all about.

Nice Work

How about a sample of your basket weaving so we can see if your basket weaving is better then your photography. Ha ha ha



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I'm sure I know what this is now, tho I've only seen one once before. This is way better than the other one.

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