Literature Books

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This stack of literature books lay on the third floor burned and rotting.

Hmmm tryings something a little different here. This is not an HDR image, but some manipulation in photoshop.

Story behind the ruins and the Detroit Book Depository Set

Sergio Parisi, suesue2, dogmatix000, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Paul Galliano 81 months ago | reply

    ...i learnt literature ; ((

  2. ::Mobius Faith:: [deleted] 81 months ago | reply

    Looks like you used a blurred background on this. Whatever you did it makes everything look so fragile and delicate as if these items would just melt through your fingers if you would try to hold them. It also looks like there is a black hole in the center where everything is swirling around. As if everthing will be sucked in and disappear at any moment. Great suspense. I also see an eye in the center. A watchful eye that seems to ask, "Do you see what you've done?"

  3. BluSkyy Studios 81 months ago | reply

    A very poignant shot.

  4. DaizyB 81 months ago | reply

    Great compo and really cool pp. Again... Very sad it's about books.

  5. country_boy_shane 80 months ago | reply

    terry and daisy, lens blur is from the lens I was using (see tags) and most stuff added to image was done manually with brush tools. I know these images aren't off the chain, but I'm trying to make the most out of trashed books! LOL!

  6. Kimmie Tofu Black Doormat Octopus Gray 80 months ago | reply

    Beautiful. Sad to see them burnt.

  7. suesue2 80 months ago | reply

    wow ... this is awesome Shane !!
    great light and shadows here.

  8. karenturner 80 months ago | reply

    OMG that is so wrong... and sad... and wrong...
    Fabulous shot.... The wrongness just... oozes out...

  9. Daniel Krepsky 80 months ago | reply

    Great shot and excelent manipulation!

  10. Hilarywho 80 months ago | reply

    wow, what a great image.

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