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Location: the local swimmin hole
Date: Jul 24, 2008
Galleries: Black and White, Rural
Date Uploaded: Feb 8, 2009

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Comments: 11
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This was my entry for the Best of 2008 Posthumous Open.
Below I have quoted the comments from the challenge.
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Ilford Delta 100 120film. July 2008.
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02/08/2009 05:14:50 PM
Originally posted by ubique on 02/04/2009 05:25:58 AM:

The way I saw it was the overlaid image is the view into the water, to the stones in the stream bed. Then I saw that posthumous had also seen it that way, so presumably that's all wrong. Except alas I think he's right in this case, which makes the title so apt. The mood, for me, is of those late 19th century 'art' studies of sturdy ladies in bathing costumes.
02/08/2009 05:14:02 PM
Originally posted by undieyatch on 02/03/2009 10:17:12 PM:

Pleasing and intriguing graphic light to dark horizontal gradient w/beautifully strange subtle reversal in the center.
02/08/2009 05:13:19 PM
Originally posted by posthumous on 01/31/2009 05:57:12 PM:

p.s. I get that you're showing us people looking into the water *and* the water they're looking into. Very cool effect.
02/08/2009 05:12:35 PM
Originally posted by posthumous on 01/31/2009 05:55:30 PM:

context is everything. context puts a day in the park inside of a cave. context puts light in a box. Funny how much more compelling an image becomes the more it is obscured. I sense a cave of memories, stalactite synapses...
02/08/2009 05:11:46 PM
Originally posted by BAMartin on 01/31/2009 03:30:27 PM:

I am thinking a different crop may have helped this by removing the top portion of the image. There is nothing there that adds to the photo. I like the concept overall though.
02/08/2009 05:10:59 PM
Originally posted by Rino63 on 01/30/2009 06:12:23 PM:

beautiful.
02/08/2009 05:09:48 PM
Originally posted by Iraklis on 01/30/2009 05:19:34 AM:

I find this very compelling. Can't really explain why...
02/08/2009 05:08:55 PM
Originally posted by chromeydome on 01/29/2009 10:55:46 PM:

The left--wonderful. The right--wonderful. The dark upper center--ouch. Takes me completely out of this image, of the mood of the left and right.
02/08/2009 05:08:04 PM
Originally posted by Les_Feck on 01/29/2009 09:37:20 PM:

The nymph on left is more likely to catch a rising trout than the nymph on the right.
02/08/2009 05:06:56 PM
Originally posted by digifotojo on 01/29/2009 12:56:42 PM:

This is indeed photo art. The composition and textures take the viewer into another realm which borders surrealism-- an excellent example of digital imagery as a form of self-expression. The B/W tone lends itself nicely to the overall theme. This is a very unique and innovative image and the PP is extremely well done.
02/08/2009 05:05:35 PM
Originally posted by Bear_Music on 01/28/2009 03:16:07 PM:

What we have here, I'm sorry to say, seems to be a superimposition encompassing a tower of turds... Seriously, that was my first reaction. The base image looks very compelling, the superimposed image is extremely offputting to me.


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