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Challenge: Free Study 2012-12 (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Lost in the Forest of Who I Am
Camera: Canon EOS-40D
Lens: Canon FL 55mm f/1.2
Location: NWNJ
Date: Dec 20, 2012
Aperture: 1.2
ISO: 1250
Shutter: 100
Date Uploaded: Dec 31, 2012

cardboard and sticks. topaz 2: interior strong detail.

Statistics
Place: 187 out of 189
Avg (all users): 4.1450
Avg (commenters): 7.4000
Avg (participants): 4.1647
Avg (non-participants): 4.1087
Views since voting: 356
Views during voting: 208
Votes: 131
Comments: 6
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01/08/2013 09:54:03 PM
Wouldn't have pegged this as the last of the lot, myself. Though it eschews many aspects of the DPC aesthetic, it's still a compelling enough image I'd have figured an ambiguous 5.0 finish.

Anyway, to echo those who have already commented, I love how brooding this image is. It reminds me of the intro to Fight Club perhaps, and also ' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/15000-19999/17507/120/Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_892269.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/15000-19999/17507/120/Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_892269.jpg', '/') + 1) . '. But yours is dirtier, more sinister. I like it. Funny how just some twigs and cardboard could be so evocative...
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01/07/2013 11:43:21 PM
Disturbing.
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01/07/2013 05:09:18 PM
Looking, lurking...
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01/06/2013 09:48:38 AM
I'm going through the entries, stopping at those images I feel have had the benefit of an unconventional eye and dwelling a little longer to try to see and appreciate what you saw. This is one of those images.

Positives: Goodness, this is brave. Blur, grain, in-your-face coloration, ambiguity of subject - all ensuring that you put distance between yourself and the admirers of eye-candy-cliche. I like it (despite liking a bit of eye candy myself), I like how it engages the imagination - for me, this is definitely neurological in its suggestion.

Critical stuff: Given the joy of engaging the imagination - I wish you had left us with a less steering title.

Overall: Powerful.
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01/05/2013 03:44:15 AM
The angel is here, and in colour.
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01/02/2013 02:35:57 PM
Beautiful.
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