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Stairs (bright light mood)
Posted By: bombel, 03-25-2011, 07:02 AM

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Well, just a few stairs and - frankly speaking - nothing more. Is it enough?





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03-25-2011, 07:12 AM   #2
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Very artful and minimalist. I would enjoying seeing these as an installation at an art show. I could also see them large and framed on a wall in some modern "great" room.
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simplicity is sometimes the most effective interpretation of a subject.... imho...
this series suits this approach perfectly... dave m
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I like these minimalist photos very much. Good job.

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I like the series. the first stands out best for me. I like the leading lines. the last shot I like the lines and shades of white.
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Nice series. I too can see them on a wall of an art gallery. There is something about the last one that I really love. It is my favorite. Thanks for sharing these.
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Very nice, first and last are superb. Thanks for posting them.
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I *love* this series! I would, however, completely minimize the border. It pulls your eyes off the content.

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