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Challenge: You Name It! II (Advanced Editing VII*)
Collection: Challenges
Camera: Pentax K50
Lens: Tamron SP AF 10-24mm F3.5-4.5 Di II LD for Pentax
Location: Cottesloe Beach
Date: Mar 17, 2015
Aperture: 7.1
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/100
Galleries: Candid, Street
Date Uploaded: Mar 17, 2015

Thanks for the bling again Don.

Statistics
Place: 7 out of 123
Avg (all users): 6.4634
Avg (commenters): 6.9459
Avg (participants): 6.5088
Avg (non-participants): 6.3600
Views since voting: 694
Views during voting: 196
Votes: 82
Comments: 46
Favorites: 2 (view)


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09/19/2016 04:06:18 PM
I name it an incredible artwork! One of the best images ever in DPC.
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03/25/2015 06:30:21 PM
powerful composition. great eye.
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03/25/2015 03:15:27 PM
Nicely divided image, Anita. Congrats on the top ten finish.
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03/25/2015 09:36:56 AM
Wonderful framing and sense of time. Congratulations on a strong finish!
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03/25/2015 09:10:02 AM
Nice composition and contrast.
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03/25/2015 04:54:16 AM
Many congratulations, shud ave won.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/24/2015 11:49:07 PM
Your Future is My Past


Posthumous Yellow Ribbon

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03/24/2015 07:09:51 PM
The Mission
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03/24/2015 05:10:02 PM
triptych
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03/24/2015 03:46:35 PM
Seaside with child
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03/24/2015 11:29:32 AM
Girl At The Beach
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03/24/2015 01:02:00 AM
A Memory of Dreams Past

This title comes from the fact that as a child I had recurrent dreams about a place of many arches, situated by the sea. There was usually a sense of needing to escape some unknown danger.
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03/23/2015 05:22:13 PM
The Adventure
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03/23/2015 08:51:26 AM
little... big
moments.. forever
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03/22/2015 11:54:20 PM
"Voyager"

Best in show IMO
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03/22/2015 11:03:01 PM
The Sighting
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03/22/2015 08:15:38 PM
Persistent Pursuit of Pleasant Practices
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03/22/2015 10:41:45 AM
The Conqueror
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03/21/2015 09:43:22 PM
Scale
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03/21/2015 08:44:28 PM
Here She Comes
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03/21/2015 02:53:00 PM
Archway to oblivion
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03/21/2015 12:49:39 PM
Pick Your Future Wisely.
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03/20/2015 07:22:15 PM
By The Sea
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03/20/2015 02:27:25 PM
Respite
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03/20/2015 01:56:16 PM
Stroll
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03/20/2015 12:24:25 PM
One World, Many Doors

Surrealistic feel with great understated emotion. Place a small child amid a monumental setting, et voila. Beautiful light and tones. Fine composition. Highly reminiscent of De Chirico.
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03/20/2015 11:06:45 AM
Unattended
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03/19/2015 11:20:08 PM
Arches and infant.
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03/19/2015 08:36:45 PM
Finding adventure
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03/19/2015 06:29:10 PM
Under the boardwalk..

(not a boardwalk is it) LOL!
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03/19/2015 08:17:36 AM
Evening stroll
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03/19/2015 03:31:51 AM
Out for a stroll
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03/18/2015 08:24:29 PM
Voted Earlier coming back to comment

My suggestion: Seaside Passages or Structured Pastimes

My husband's suggestion: Portal
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03/18/2015 07:59:41 PM
the firmament
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03/18/2015 05:33:34 PM
Atlantis
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03/18/2015 12:26:01 PM
Space.
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03/18/2015 12:24:53 PM
In the syle of Neat.
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03/18/2015 11:56:17 AM
Love this image !
the large construction, the vastness of the ocean and the little girl, what a contrast

great processing to

needs a title ? ... hmm
ok , how about "innocence"

oh... yes , rating ... 10
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03/18/2015 11:48:10 AM
My three windows
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03/18/2015 11:39:16 AM
Passing Time
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03/18/2015 09:07:38 AM
This is too deep and existential for me to do it justice.

So I will call it- in french, "l'enfance existentielle" (the existential childhood)
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03/18/2015 08:40:28 AM
"Enter stage right"
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03/18/2015 08:14:28 AM
Spiritual Afternoon
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03/18/2015 05:45:53 AM
frames
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03/18/2015 04:05:42 AM
Ready or not, here I come...
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03/18/2015 12:26:38 AM
Arch
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