What are you looking at?

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Renair, May 17, 2008.

  1. Renair

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    Ha! Brilliant. Couldn't have captured it better, nice timing. Where is this? looks pretty good.
     
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    It's in Iveagh Gardens in Dublin, its a sculpture exhibition on for one week only! And to think, I worked in my office two years before I even found out we had a park next door!!!!!
     
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    great shot.

    iveagh gardens is the best kept secret in dublin. looks great on a sunny spring day.
     
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    Thanks Tim, yeah Iveagh Gardens is great. Mind you it wasnt the best time to take the shot, during my lunch break, very strong sun and harsh shadows..... But it works. I know the sculpture woman looks slightly out of focus, but thats because the 'real' woman was my focus point.... Funny shot all the same!
     
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    Love it.

    Mabe I'd smear off the cube right above her neck, but not sure if that it is really necessary.
     
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    Nice capture. Dig how you caught the 'real' woman being completely absorbed in what she's reading, makes sculpture woman even more amusing.
     

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