|05/22/2006 07:16:07 PM|
by YourBuddyFloComment by katswig:
Too hard for me to tell what it is, but it isn't "abstract" enough to count as an abstract.
|05/20/2006 02:37:00 PM|
by YourBuddyFloComment by JunieMoon:
You have very good detail on the wood. Wondering why you showed so very little of the vase, though. Even if it had something growing in it, I think by having the top cut off it upsets the flow of the composition.
|05/20/2006 01:44:38 PM|
by YourBuddyFloComment by raish:
This does not meet the challenge - inanimate but not an arranged composition of objects.
I'm wrong, it counts - extra points...
|05/20/2006 11:57:35 AM|
by YourBuddyFloComment by fencekicker:
I like the pot... cropping about two thirds of the siding would help place the attention more on the pot. An additional object might enhance the mood also.
|05/19/2006 02:17:58 PM|
|05/18/2006 07:22:58 PM|
by YourBuddyFloComment by Plachoochi:
You did a fine job of capturing texture and contrast. I feel that the subject is the jar in the foreground, however the focus is on the siding. You might have tried to have more subjects to make it more in the style of still life.
|05/17/2006 02:23:48 PM|
|05/17/2006 01:53:06 PM|
|05/16/2006 10:45:27 PM|
|05/12/2006 12:26:19 PM|
Rain at Dusk
by YourBuddyFloComment by margiemu:
doesn't really look like night to me. More like a dark, rainy day. Would have been great for a 'rain' challenge.
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