Does this use of diagonals work?

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  1. Sharkbait

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    Made my wife dizzy. hehe

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    Owman, if you stare at it for longer than 3 seconds, it starts moving. You've captured an optical illusion which toys with your brains. I'd definately say it works, yes.
     
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    Oh, I like this. Very strong. And the fluffy clouds to the left is such a nice offsetting point of interest. Really good shot.

    It's nice that you keep your house so clean. ;) I see no mold or chips here. A+!
     
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    the clouds really help and yes the effect works....
     
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    It works for me! But you shouldn't do that to your wife in her condition. :)
     
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    Amazing shot, there, Shark.
     
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    This image illustrates a point I made in another post somewhere, that ANYTHING can be the subject of a striking image if the photographer has the vision to see the right angle, composition, light, etc.. I assume this is nothing more than the gable end of your house or some other structure. A simple, everyday object around which you saw possibilities.
     
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    exactly!
     
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    I like the shot, but in my not so great opinion, or maybe it is it would be nicer if the sky was a little brighter :)
     
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    Thanks! I just got a new monitor, so it's difficult to judge brightness and contrast and stuff accurately until I get used to it.

    And WELCOME TO TPF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D
     

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