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  1. deniedfollower

    deniedfollower TPF Noob!

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    Here's a single picture just so I can test the waters.

    Comment if you'd like, it's always appreciated.

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    Nice color. The contrast between the yellow/orange and the blue make a neat texture. Welcome to the forum btw :)
     
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    Very interesting, it's hard to pin down exactly what it is though it seems obvious at first. I find my self drawn to it as my mind tries identify it. It looks almost like sunset clouds but then again it also reminds me of tissue of a cancerous tumor. I really not sure how I feel about this picture but I am sort of fascinated by it.
     
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    Welcome to the Forum! Glad to have ya here!

    I'm looking forward to seeing more of your work! :D
    Catch ya on AIM sometime.
     
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    I can't decide if it's clouds or an explosion... In either case it's pretty damned cool.

    The combination of orange and blue is always a good one as noted by unimaxium.

    Welcome to the forum and I look forward to seeing more of your pictures.
     
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    probably a raging groundfire of some kind. I think it would make a great background for a painting of some kind, maybe painted more abstractly. I like the more art oriented shots, even if they are simple.
     
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    Looks like a fire but then again maybe a cloud nebula up close. Very interesting photo and welcome!
     
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    You have a VERY over active imagination! :LOL:
     
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    I haven't gotten response like that before. I guess I've never looked at it from the perspective of not knowing beforehand what it could be. But, alas....

    Bronzeo is right.

    I took this about a year ago when we had all the fires here. I have like 30 pictures of the effects of the fire... this is one of my favorites, though.
     
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    interesting result! very nice :thumbsup: ...and welcome!!!
     
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    It looks like something from Dante. Doesn't look inviting but is very interesting...
     

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