On a Rainy Day...

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  1. Diamond

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    Summer 2005.. On a rainy day in London.. Sitting by the Windown.. Listening to the whistles of the wind.. Didnt resist taking shots of the eye catching candle which lit the dark sitting room. Would like to hear your comments?


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    i like the pic and the colours in it, but i think you should crop it, and its a shame that there is something in front of it
     
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    Thanx a lot for the comment duncanp..
    Well the thing infront of it was the cover of the candle's jar.. i left it on purpose.
     
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    For some reason I thought it was a glass of whiskey or something in front of the candle, my mind was working out a story to go with the shot... now I'm slightly disappointed :D I like it though, although I'd like to see a bit of the room too. I think this one would look great as a print. :thumbup:
     
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    I'm not the expert here but I found myself trying to read what was on the candle as if it had some significance to the shot?

    I like the soot on the jar though - images of a smoky, sultry night comes to mind. Oops is it hot in here or is it me?;)
     
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    It's a cool perspective I think... If somehow you could have actually captured the flame I think that could have been interesting...

    Nice picture!
     

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