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Challenge: Where's Waldo? (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot S20
Location: Narbonnne-Plage / France
Date: Feb 9, 2003
Galleries: Abstract, Cityscape
Date Uploaded: Feb 9, 2003

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Statistics
Place: 32 out of 121
Avg (all users): 5.4264
Avg (commenters): 5.8000
Avg (participants): 5.3889
Avg (non-participants): 5.4480
Views since voting: 1450
Votes: 197
Comments: 18
Favorites: 1 (view)


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02/19/2003 02:43:37 PM
For such a simple picture this is very elegant. The contrast in colors, the lines created by the roads and stripes, the cement shapes, the textures, and especially the cracks in the forground side walk all add up to an excellent photo composition. The cistern lid and the circle of of bricks in the background also add to the continuity of the image. excellent eye. John Gill
 Comments Made During the Challenge
02/16/2003 09:08:57 PM
Detailed, peaceful, makes you wonder where everybody is.
02/16/2003 09:31:17 AM
Very interesting shot. Almost looks like a watercolor, especially near the top. I wish the poles weren't cut off. "Waldo" is a bit too easy to pick out though, yet not very well defined.
02/13/2003 09:55:10 PM
Courious as to what this is a photo of. Nice clean clear focus, Good job of hiding Waldo at the round thing. I hate it that I don't know what this isl It's frustrating. But it is a very well done beautiful photo.
02/12/2003 08:03:12 PM
I see him/her...I think...but they're very, very far away. Waldo was never so sneaky. I like the composition and colors, though.
02/12/2003 10:56:05 AM
Great composition here, I really like this shot and it has met the challenge exactly. Nice work!
02/12/2003 12:45:09 AM
Nice picture but there's no waldo... or if there is, he/she is too obscure to tell. :(
02/11/2003 08:17:46 PM
Nice focus, coloring...unique perspective. I really like this shot. 10
02/11/2003 07:00:24 PM
Well done - The person is well hidden and the shot is still interesting. The man-hole with the cracked ground around it is a great feature. The shot has texture, patterns and a nice sense of balance. Focus and exposure are spot on. Great work.
02/11/2003 04:51:51 PM
this is great - technically very nice and fits the challenge perfectly... love the colors and geometric quality... 10
02/11/2003 04:27:56 PM
In front/beside the "shack"? Very small waldo. Low visual impact shot. 6 Swash
02/11/2003 02:18:55 PM
Nice image. The colors and value are displayed very well. So how does this apply to the challenge??
02/10/2003 05:43:03 PM
I like the shapes in this shot.
02/10/2003 03:56:41 PM
good job
02/10/2003 12:51:46 PM
This is by far my favorite photo for this challenge. It is the only one in my opinion that is a high quality photograph in terms of composition, colors, dof, etc. that actually HIDES a person. Great job.
02/10/2003 12:41:12 PM
Hmmm. Perhaps placing a person in this picture would enhance this shot.
02/10/2003 08:41:14 AM
There is no one in this picture, or they are too hidden for me to find ;) jgillard4
02/10/2003 01:44:48 AM
Yes! I found him! This is a great shot and location too! I like the conposition and balance of the picture!


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