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Challenge: Free Study 2008-11 (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: Challenges
Camera: Olympus E-3
Lens: Olympus 12-60mm f/2.8-4.0 Zuiko
Location: Moonstone Beach, Rhode Island
Date: Nov 12, 2008
Aperture: 7.1
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/250
Galleries: Abstract, Seascapes
Date Uploaded: Nov 30, 2008

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Statistics
Place: 104 out of 417
Avg (all users): 6.0566
Avg (commenters): 7.2857
Avg (participants): 6.1273
Avg (non-participants): 5.8980
Views since voting: 835
Views during voting: 281
Votes: 159
Comments: 18
Favorites: 0


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12/09/2008 09:39:34 PM
Hey Ingrid. Congrats on the posthumous yellow. Simple and amazing image
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12/08/2008 06:24:11 AM
Glad to see this one getting the posthumous yellow! A beautiful, abstract photo that captures a fleeting natural moment. Wonderful! :)
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/07/2008 07:19:34 PM
Did you say art or heart? :)
Another nice one
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12/07/2008 06:58:35 PM
Exquisite. On beauty and on principle, I give this my personal ribbon, the Posthumous Yellow.

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12/06/2008 05:48:38 PM
Just enought texture to keep it from being flat, with fantastic colors and delicacy. Worthy of repeated examination. 9.
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12/06/2008 05:25:54 PM
It started slowly.

At first, it was as if it were not happening at all. So subtle and slowly did they form. Little marks in the sand, etching themselves out over the course of days. So minutely that it was beyond observation, but etched they were. If the waves obscured them, they appeared again without pause. If a foot scattered them, they regrew, but quicker now.

Then, as if they had reached a sort of breaking point, the etching began to accelerate. They came faster now, sketching across the beachfront as an artist worked his easel, appearing across the sand in patterns like the vegetation of the sea. They etched, and advanced, until one of the main branches suddenly parted a parcel of sand, revealing there an object, white and glistening, some sort of stone.

Then, without a sound, the etchings departed. The sand filled in and the waves splashed in and wiped them out.

The stone remained. Moments later, with a crack that echoed for miles around, a sound that should not have been possible from this tiny thing, a fissure appeared in the smooth casing. A fissure that bled an unholy light.

It was a gift from the sea, and it had opened, and what lay inside was the ruin of us all.
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12/06/2008 12:32:31 PM
Great capture.
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12/05/2008 03:15:31 PM
Exceptionally interesting and unique. Well seen and captured. (9)
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12/05/2008 09:53:42 AM
Sand is tricky, the lines are fantastic but the colors fall flat to me. I'd like to see a version in b&w.
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12/05/2008 05:00:35 AM
This works well as a Japanese water-color art. I like the tones and the stone gives the final twist.

(not voting)
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12/03/2008 08:43:28 PM
Very cool
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12/03/2008 05:39:59 PM
Great find, the patterns are really cool. The colours are just a little flat, upping the saturation just a little and adding a little contrast makes this pop a bit more
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12/03/2008 11:52:41 AM
Awesome find. Beautiful display of how nature can best us without even trying.
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12/03/2008 02:19:44 AM
Nice find...
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12/02/2008 09:47:19 PM
Another fine image from your 'heart' scene. I think they're fascinating. (not voting yet)
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12/02/2008 07:55:04 AM
Hey this is pretty cool, I did like it better before I read the title as it then suddenly made sense, I liked it better before I knew what it was, as an abstract work. 8 from me!
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12/01/2008 04:38:04 PM
interesting, interesting soluition
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12/01/2008 05:00:22 AM
very good...well spotted
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