The other side of Mourning

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  1. Chiller

    Chiller Mental case

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    Saturday was an amazing day. Lots of sun and blue sky, so I went to my favorite place.

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  2. John E.

    John E. TPF Noob!

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    Very well composed chiller. I think I prefer to look at sculpture through your photo's than the real thing. Hell of a job.
     
  3. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    great angles, really capture the emotions!
     
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    amazing once again!! wonderful, and emotional! very awesome
     
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    those are great.....!
    so your favorite place, would that be a cemetary??? :twisted: by the way, love the new avitar.....very..... er...you?
    i agree with cruzin.....i like your way better than the real things... you capture great angles that i would not see, myself.....

    and your lighting on the scuplture is very captivating.....great job chiller...! :hail:
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    very nice pictures! and great "model" :) stays still for a long time :) and does not yell at you when you operate your camera for too long :)
     
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    Beautiful!!! You have honored these statues!!! I especially love #2 and #3! Excellent job Chiller!!!
     
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    Great shots Chiller you are carving out your niche. Well done.
     
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    you are the king of cemetary shots my friend! excellent work!
     
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    Definitely a tough deal taking photos of someone else's art. I think you did a good job with these. I get a lot of emotion. I would carry a huge piece of foamcore to open the shadows. Plus it can create a very ethereal glow
     
  11. Chiller

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    Thank you again for the amazing comments. I appreciate all of them.

    Thanks Craig for the foamboard tip....very cool idea.
    Wow..JonMikal....the king of cemetery shots ?....thank you for that honor, my friend.
     
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    I have to confess the title caught my eye, then I saw the photos. Brilliant work, filled with emotion.
     

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