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Time: reflecting His grace
Time: reflecting His grace
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Challenge: Grace (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus C-5050Z
Location: Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, USA
Date: Oct 25, 2003
Aperture: 2.3
ISO: 64
Shutter: 1/640
Galleries: Cityscape, Emotive
Date Uploaded: Oct 27, 2003

Taken outside chapel on an overcast afternoon. Adjusted value levels in GIMP so the cross, clock face, and sky for less grey and more contrast.

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Place: 97 out of 197
Avg (all users): 5.1223
Avg (commenters): 6.8750
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Avg (non-participants): 5.2803
Views since voting: 989
Votes: 229
Comments: 10
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/03/2003 05:53:58 PM
Very well seen and framed I like it! Time elapsing, eternity... lot's of symbols in one clock, but a nice one. This should win one the ribbons for me.
11/03/2003 12:07:45 PM
Nice idea. The composition works good and I like the light.
11/02/2003 06:40:12 PM
Cool shot.
10/31/2003 07:57:38 PM
I wish that the image was all grayscale/BW. the colored writing at the top (looks like gold?) is a little distracting, but nice use of curves, notion of time and the truth. Yea I know someone will probably be made uncomfortable by the statement made by this photo and my comments... oh well, get over it and face the truth.
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10/31/2003 12:18:31 PM
Clever idea for the challenge!
10/30/2003 03:00:46 PM
The thumbnail does not do this one justice. A well seen image 7
10/30/2003 05:25:20 AM
Original approach, it's creative. Things I would improve: cropping on the left and I would tilt it clockwise a little bit
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10/29/2003 11:14:10 PM
Great photo!!! Excellent awarness.
10/29/2003 09:20:48 PM
good idea...little difficult to see the cross though I wish I could see more of the clock face as well as the reflection
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10/29/2003 08:26:48 AM
Interesting concept. I think it would be even more effective if the horizontal beam of the cross didn't stretch the whole span of the clock face. I like the black and white and the solid white backdrop which really emphasizes your focal point and you have very nice clarity of the details in the face. Perhaps crop it so that you have just of white behind the clock so that it doesn't butt up so precisely to the border.
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