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Challenge: Posthumous Ribbon (Advanced Editing VII)
Collection: aminals
Camera: Canon EOS-40D
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
Date: Nov 19, 2010
Date Uploaded: Nov 19, 2010

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Statistics
Place: 44 out of 133
Avg (all users): 5.6879
Avg (commenters): 7.7500
Avg (participants): 6.2278
Avg (non-participants): 5.2340
Views since voting: 663
Views during voting: 366
Votes: 173
Comments: 20
Favorites: 1 (view)


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12/03/2010 04:54:14 PM
now, not only do you have something better than a posthumous ribbon, you have it all. congratulations! (I was your 10)
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12/03/2010 03:17:39 AM
Hrmmmm. To be honest, I thought the Dennis Heckman image was the Skewsme image, during the voting phase. Turns out this one is the "real" Skewsme, which would be fine except I want to believe the actual Skewsme is a feline Skewsme and this would seem to have been created by a vulpine Skewsme. But heck, I know nothing, and I never seem to learn. Better I appreciate, I think, and this is appreciable. Nice work :-)
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/02/2010 11:17:15 PM
awesome. wonderful textures and the range of blackness to lighter colors has an indescribable emotional impact on me. a fave. 8
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12/02/2010 11:04:19 PM
This in my humble opinion should do rather well in this challenge. Mind you, I have been reminded in many instances that I know diddle about this genre so it is quite conceivalble I might be seriously mistaken.

For what it's worth, I like it and gave it a rather good score. The very best of luck to you.
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12/02/2010 10:49:34 PM
Beautiful abstract and I do see the wild thing. Wonderful to look at.
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12/02/2010 07:53:04 PM
The idea behind the Posthumous Ribbon is to encourage you to break the rules, to find new and different ways to express yourself. To free your mind to think clearly toward the solution that is certain to come, to laugh at world and at life, not doing what others are expecting you to do, but just following and listening to what's in your heart. DPC itís a wonderful learning place where everyone should be supported on their way to be a photographer. A special attention should be aimed to those working hard with different views and approaches to photography, those not aligned with the mainstream taste and receiving no recognition. Itís our responsibility to support these photographers creating diversity and expressing different visions. Being active at the Posthumous thread itís the best way to do it. Being active at the Posthumous thread itís the best way to protect your and the otherís freedom of being different. Thanks for taking the time to enter this challenge. Stay wild.
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12/02/2010 07:34:27 PM
how much is that doggie in the maelstrom?
I'm hanging this in the posthumous art gallery.

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12/02/2010 10:40:54 AM
Very interesting light and shadow, and that outline of a beast is very intriguing. Wonderful image to explore.
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12/01/2010 08:10:40 PM
I see an elephant. This is really interesting, a treat for the eyes.
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12/01/2010 10:36:58 AM
This is difficult. I'm either slightly ambivalent or wildly enthusiastic about it. I'll go with wildly enthusiastic I think. Thank you. Second longer look ... I'm still happy with enthusiastic. A contemporary cave painting. Love that mad wolf thing. Thanks again.
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11/30/2010 09:12:56 PM
I think I see a little mouse behind the flame. Is this what you refer to as a wild thing? :)
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11/29/2010 06:27:09 PM
Pretty scary stuff, with the anteater serving as a comic relief. I like the impetus of the paintbrush strokes. (not voting)
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11/29/2010 09:51:52 AM
Nice movement and spectral suggestions
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11/29/2010 05:21:45 AM
yep---8
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11/27/2010 10:54:57 PM
Very chaotic on the farm.
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11/26/2010 11:54:37 PM
Powerful image...a fairy tale of a little fox in a sea of raging fire! (no vote...just lurking)
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11/26/2010 09:13:09 PM
Well titled. There's a warmth and energy here, and an intriguing creature or two hiding in the lines.
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11/26/2010 06:13:46 PM
Wonderful colors and a great sense of movement
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11/26/2010 03:32:54 PM
I do see animal in there. Maybe it's a fox carrying a teatray, or a mouse with a cookie.
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11/26/2010 04:56:19 AM
Great colors and movement. 7
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