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Out of the Darkness



After a day of gloomy sky, again, the sun blazed through for a few minutes, then set. Probably never to be seen around here again!


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Bee Jay



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Registered: February 2011
Location: m
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Date: Thu September 1, 2011
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jamest
Fantastic shot Barry beautiful colour.James Thumbs Up!
#1 Thu September 1, 2011 9:29am

usntm1ret
agree it's fantastic
#2 Thu September 1, 2011 9:38am

angela taylor
A beautiful shot,i like it a lot. Angela
love your self
#3 Thu September 1, 2011 9:43am

raznicu2010
Nice composition and presentation.
#4 Thu September 1, 2011 10:13am

BOBWED
Well seen and composed. Very much like the long dark contrasted portion of the photo. It allows the viewer to exercise some of his imagination. And, thereby participate in the photograph. I often wonder why as photographers we are not sensitive to this need of the viewer. We seem to take things way too literally. While a painter on the other hand will endeavor to include his audience somehow in his work by either offering something to relate to or a degree of wonderment. Yours is an excellent example of this often overlooked element of presentation and composition. A fine example of a lesson learned. Thank you for teaching it.
#5 Thu September 1, 2011 7:04pm

Barry John
Thanks jamest, usntm1ret, angela. raznicu2010.


BOBWED. Thanks for the powerful words, much appreciated.
I had to snatch this shot as the woman disappeared over this hill. On inspecting the shot on the computer later, I liked the picture, but agreed with you, the figure felt too near the centre of the frame for liking, so I pasted some extra shade to the bottom of the image to give greater depth.
#6 Fri September 2, 2011 9:08am

aperdan
Great shot, great composition. Well done.
#7 Fri September 2, 2011 10:23pm

Barry John
Thanks aperdan.
#8 Mon September 5, 2011 9:22am

rustydusty
cracker shot very clever
#9 Thu December 1, 2011 9:39pm




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