|10/18/2005 02:29:56 PM|
|10/18/2005 02:38:38 AM|
by niroComment by sacs:
ahh! this statue looks evil! i love how the fingers are chopped off. it gives it more of an attitude. but great job! and nice pic.
|10/16/2005 05:46:07 PM|
|10/16/2005 04:29:28 PM|
by niroComment by HVGB_photos:
Sorry, I see this sculpture as being a personification by the sculptor, not the photographer. Nice symbolism in the missing fingertips, though!
|10/16/2005 03:33:22 PM|
by niroComment by Jammur:
Not personification, interesting picture of a statue, would have worked for pride.
|10/16/2005 10:38:00 AM|
|10/15/2005 11:16:46 AM|
by niroComment by inspir8tion:
Good perspective of this statue, but IMO it does not meet the challenge "Take a photo of something non-human-looking but yet still shows human characteristics or evokes a human feeling." This is definitely human looking.
|10/14/2005 09:46:26 PM|
by niroComment by glad2badad:
It's a statue with human attributes...? Sorry, I was marking some images with a basic comment in case I didn't get back to them.
This image to me looks like a documentary type photo you might see in a college textbook on art. Technically it's ok. The overcast sky is a bit dull/uninteresting - can't always have blue skies. ;^) As for how this meets the challenge I still don't see it as I thought the subject was to be of a non-human looking inanimate object. This statue is very much human looking.
|10/14/2005 02:48:00 PM|
|10/14/2005 10:19:54 AM|
by niroComment by dahkota:
For me, statues are imitation rather than personification. Interesting composition and POV.
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