Dreary Landscapes (Depression Warning)

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by John E., Jun 24, 2005.

  1. John E.

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    Even I have a hard time to look at them ;)


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    Nothing hard on the eyes there, the first two are simply stunning, beautiful work.
     
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    i dont have a hard time looking at these...i just adore these...they are right up my alley...they have a smokey hollow feel....an errie feel...too bad we couldnt find a crow or two....!!!

    i love the smokey/hazey look...i think they are relaxing....i love 'em
     
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    Nice series again. I agree with all so far. I throw my hat to the first one. I think its the cream of the dreary.
     
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    those are incredible, the only thing that would make them more dreary is if you used a polarizer to kill the reflection of light on the water, make it look even more like theres no sunlight.
     
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    Dont know what im talking about but the 3rd one looks great to me, nice one matey.
     
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    I really like the first one as well. Great shot
     
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    I'm with everyone else, especially the first one. It evokes certain feelings and emotions like good art should.

    Bryant
     
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    awesome work John....IMO each one of these images could stand alone as separate posts!
     
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    No depression here ....... no way ....... these are wonderful captures in my view ...... all three are poster material to be honest.

    Keep them coming ...
     
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    Thank you every one for your positive comments.

    AprilRaven there were lots of crows flying around, it is amazing that one did not end up in the picture.
     

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