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Entry no.: 85

6 Feb 2007, 2:09 PM

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Comments: 6

Photography To the other side

To the other side


Reply no.: 1

7 Feb 2007, 1:57 AM


ravishingly beautiful!

Reply no.: 2

7 Feb 2007, 11:27 PM


Thank you, I'm glad you like this.

Reply no.: 3

8 Feb 2007, 2:22 AM


each person sees a different image in the same picture. what's youre vision about the picture?

Reply no.: 4

8 Feb 2007, 5:25 PM


Imponderability! :)

Reply no.: 5

9 Feb 2007, 9:21 PM


nice :) I never thought of that!

Reply no.: 6

14 Feb 2007, 3:27 PM


I've got mixed feelings about this shot, on the one hand, it is indeed a very common composition and the burned-out reflections on the handrail are a bit distracting. On the other hand the wide and rectilinear perspective does give a sense of imponderability (interesting), also, the right side with the handrails lining up with the picture edge does make the composition feel rather "complete", most staircase shots leave something out. One last thing, it would have probably helped if those plants weren't there, they really pull away from the general simetry of the shot.
By the way, there are some ugly jpeg artifacts on the step contour in the lower half.

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