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these were taken yesterday ( snif snif) it was either take pics r sit down an be stuffy all day
looking forward to hearing form u lot ( sniff sniff)
The third picture reminds me of belly buttons. Do you have an innie or an outie?
? im lost
You have the vent on top which goes inside the building, which is similar to a belly button which goes in. Then you have the cage like box underneath the vent which protrudes from the building kind of like an outie belly button. I don't know why I think of belly buttons when i see that picture but I do.
All your peices are very good, and I enjoyed them so.
thanks well actually thats a small window and the box is supose to be for a future pa system doubt that will ever happen )
when the meds fade out I think better ones will come
its starting to ware off yay
my lens suck at macro but yet i still try
Last edited by ivy'sgrandkid; June 18th, 2006 at 03:31 PM.
this was already posted in the other thread but I wana here some opinions on it
some r blurry but testing out some options
and its papayas dont u have em in your country?
little bit to cold in germany for those, we have potatos, apples, strawberrys, and so on, but no papayas. We have them to buy in supermarkets which have a red color within but yours looked like lemons for me, sorry for my bad biology knowlenge .
when they are ripe the turn yellow here will this type lol when i look at the passion fruit in europe it freaks me its black while ours is yellow as well
it will come back eventual eazy
cool photos, one trend i noticed is alot of the subjects are centered directly in the middle of the composition. I think when you observe a piece of art you can get more out of it if you are "drawn" to the main subject as opposed to it being "shoved in your face". Use the composition to direct where you want the viewer to be taken. My 2 cents, good luck.
thats one main prob i have been having need to take a closer look into it
Composition! Remember the rule of thirds. You're centering a lot of your stuff and making it visually boring.