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The Plots Thicken
The Plots Thicken
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Challenge: Infinite (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony Mavica FD-95
Location: Eagle Point, Oregon
Date: Nov 2, 2003
Galleries: Emotive, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Nov 2, 2003

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Statistics
Place: 36 out of 104
Avg (all users): 5.7971
Avg (commenters): 6.1667
Avg (participants): 5.5600
Avg (non-participants): 6.0794
Views since voting: 1039
Votes: 138
Comments: 13
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11/16/2003 09:36:51 PM
Greetings from The Critique Club

The death seems infinite indeed. It is a good choice for the challenge.
The nice, saturated colors prevent the photo from looking sad as you
choose to see the infinite side of it with relaxation. It would have been nice if you had cropped a bit from the top of the picture and make those colors disappear as they limit the infinity of the scene on a close look.

My eyes are looking for a strong point of interest but they can't find much. Trying to be faithfully to the subject of the challenge you have sinned by not choosing one particular subject to stand out more than the rest. Without it, the composition it's just saying: "Repetition... Continuity..." It is a bit boring. The colorful flowers are too far
to represent the attraction of the picture. I wish you could find a closer bouquet and took the shot from a different angle, avoiding the distracting string for the sake of the image.
The rest is good and it was a pleasure to comment on your photo. Not that it was an easy one to comment.
Congratulation on the good finish and keep up the good work!

Regards,
Elena


 Comments Made During the Challenge
11/09/2003 09:56:11 AM
certainly brings up feeling of infinity on many levels...great title 7
11/08/2003 11:10:52 AM
Nice portrayal of an old storyline to fit the challenge.
11/08/2003 08:00:43 AM
I don't like the name on the near left stone -- I think names should not feature in htese kinds of shots.
11/06/2003 10:49:59 PM
The line going accross the middle of the picture is a little distracting...what is it?
11/04/2003 11:47:19 PM
Nicely done. The color is perfect and I like the addition and position of the flowers. The string was a little distracting to me at first, but after reading the title, I see they must be setting alignment for yet another plot. What an honor, what a disgrace and what a way to capture the emotion. One of my top picks 9
11/04/2003 08:34:51 PM
Nice composition. It does seem as though the headstones go on forever.
11/04/2003 06:58:37 PM
I think this shot would have looked "infinitely" better if you had placed a single headstone in the immediate foreground with the others trailing off behind it. too many subjects in this photo
11/03/2003 12:34:45 PM
Moving shot.
11/03/2003 12:12:07 PM
8.
11/03/2003 08:12:51 AM
Nice composition. The colors of the flowers add a nice accent.
11/03/2003 02:49:19 AM
good title, good photo.
11/03/2003 12:56:31 AM
death is infinite as well, at least physically speaking.


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