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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Distance (Basic Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-5D
Lens: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM
Location: Church of Our Lady of the Tears, Syracuse, Sicily
Date: Oct 17, 2007
Date Uploaded: Oct 22, 2007

Looking up inside the church of Our Lady of the Tears in Syracuse, Sicily.

Statistics
Place: 30 out of 156
Avg (all users): 6.0048
Avg (commenters): 7.5000
Avg (participants): 5.4906
Avg (non-participants): 6.1806
Views since voting: 1027
Views during voting: 360
Votes: 208
Comments: 9
Favorites: 2 (view)


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10/31/2007 09:36:46 AM
This was one of my favorites from this challenge, but I had no idea what I was looking at. Very cool.
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10/31/2007 07:11:59 AM
legal x
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/28/2007 01:53:14 PM
very creative, nice colors and great interpretation of the subject.
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10/28/2007 12:17:16 AM
A Ribbon-er right here! Love it!
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10/26/2007 05:30:45 PM
I can see how this can show the movie view of shifting into hyperdrive.
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10/26/2007 09:51:36 AM
Im watching Xmen as im voting, and it was at the scene where professor X was locating rouge in seribro and it seemed to be synced with the scene that was playing on the left side of my screen and your photo that came up on the right
weird
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10/26/2007 08:31:02 AM
A fabulous execution. I am mesmerized. As the distal light sources shrink and huddle closer together they take on a completely different persona.

At the near edges they stand cold and solitary. All is stark. Further up they begin to give of a spectral glow, and we can now see that they are each housed in their own little cubicle. The light seems less alone at these reaches and the hue it creates is matched by the cubicle walls. Still further up and in the ratio of light to dark seems to take on a meaning of its own - there is decoration and pattern there. Nearing the center I loose a sense of the individual objects and only feel the patterns they are making. Each concentric moment is dominated by different hue and unique pattern of dark and light. Finally there is a field of color too crowded for me to discern any pattern at all... and I can just manage to peel my eyes away.

When my eyes touch back I have an entirely different perception created by considering my point of view to be horizontal rather than vertical. But I will spare you any further day dreaming on my part.

Thank you for this fine time. I hope I can remember to return and fav this.
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10/25/2007 09:14:52 AM
very impressive picture.. love the light and perspective..
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10/24/2007 11:06:52 AM
i love this picture, if only it was cenetered...
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