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    floebee, thoughtfactory, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. floebee 116 months ago | reply

      oh what a beautiful conversation!

    2. j neuberger 116 months ago | reply

      oh, I like that --a conversation!

    3. htakat 116 months ago | reply

      beautiful and this frame !!!

    4. thoughtfactory 116 months ago | reply

      a very evocative image. Superb colour.

    5. thoughtfactory 116 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called www.flickr.com/groups/998100@N23/, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    6. touchingthelight 116 months ago | reply

      I've been meaning to come back to spend some time with your stream Jay; apologies for I've been engaged elsewhere.

      And what a superb study to find on opening - a mix of light and shade and rustic charm.

    7. Dom Ciancibelli 116 months ago | reply

      The left to right transition is like from photo to painting!

    8. j neuberger 115 months ago | reply

      wow! it pays to stay up late: thanks very much for the honor.

    9. thoughtfactory 115 months ago | reply

      no problems. I'll write about the picture on the altfotonet blog I cannot post the image on the blog. You've prevented it. Sorry.

    10. j neuberger 115 months ago | reply

      hercules: thank you and it's cool that you noticed that
      ken: nice to hear from you again, thanks
      dom: I hadn't noticed that, but yes, and also I see the movement diagonally from top-left-thanks.
      gary, I look forward to your comments, thanks v much--especially since people tended to prefer its cousin next door

    11. thoughtfactory 115 months ago | reply

      Cannot post the image on the blog. You've blocked it. Is this one the next door one?

    12. j neuberger 115 months ago | reply

      I unblocked it now.

    13. thoughtfactory 115 months ago | reply

      yeah I can see why the modernists would judge it to be excellent. It is rectangles and mystery. I go for this one because it has curves, flow and movement. More dynamic.

    14. j neuberger 115 months ago | reply

      poodly: I like them both for exactly those reasons.
      My mo and my po-mo sides!

    15. casually, krystina 115 months ago | reply

      ha! ...exactly what I;ve been arguing...it's possible to have both: mo and po-mo in one single artist's work:-)

      wonderful image -
      seen in altfoto.net....photo of the week!
      congratulations!

    16. thoughtfactory 115 months ago | reply

      This picture has been included in this post on the altfotonet blog

    17. Scribbles With Cameras 115 months ago | reply

      whether mo or po-mo, i think we can conclude there is some "universal" element of beauty here. marvellous. selected for haphazart emerging from darkness theme thread.

    18. j neuberger 115 months ago | reply

      thank you Michael! (and everyone here!)

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