damonffdamonff Registered Users Posts: 1,894 Major grins
edited August 3, 2004 in Holy Macro



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    ruttrutt Registered Users Posts: 6,511 Major grins
    edited August 3, 2004
    Very interesting angle and compositon. Were you lying on the ground shooting up through the tree?

    These are interesting "Fauvist" colors, but they don't evoke any colors we do actually see. I like wild coloration when it captures something we sometimes see, but which nobody would believe if you shot it or painted it. Like the Magritte painting "Empire of Light II" with the bright daytime sky and nighttime street. Once you see that painting, you can't unsee it.


    (This is such a bad reproduction, but it's the first thing google found.) Now I see this for real all the time, especially in fall and spring. The sun goes down and the street gets dark but the sun still lights up the sky which looks like daytime.
    If not now, when?
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