A Different Take on Live

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by FuryofNature, Jan 29, 2006.

  1. FuryofNature

    FuryofNature TPF Noob!

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    Some live shots showing action.

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    Thanks for looking.
    All comments, etc., appreciated.
    _KA
     
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    wow, these literaly rock!
    i love the elctric feel to them... they should come with the soundtrack :D
     
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    Thanks. I'm not sure about them technically. But I do like how they look.

    I have one other. Don't know how I feel about it.

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    I like it because I can see the bass player on the right. I can see the singer on the left....But somehow, the guitarist in the center is completely a blur. He's almost not even there. I can't even make out parts of him, like can be made out in the second photo from above.

    _KA
     
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    digital flower No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like the last one best. It has more distinguished shapes in it. The colors on all of them are brilliant :thumbup:
     
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    thanks. I think I like the second one the best.
     
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    Very sweet. I think I like the last one best, because even though I can't see the guy in the middle at all, I still have that sense that he's there... But the second one is a close second.
     

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