BeakerSt

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Can a statue look alive??

Second of this week's garden shots theme, and hopefully a little different.

June's Challenge - "In my kitchen" - entries by June 30th
Brief again simple...so simple that I'm not going to limit it all, I'll be a little more generous with 'relevance' scores...but maybe harsher elsewhere  ;)

Rules of engagement here


Reverence

Can a statue look alive??

Second of this week's garden shots theme, and hopefully a little different.

June's Challenge - "In my kitchen" - entries by June 30th
Brief again simple...so simple that I'm not going to limit it all, I'll be a little more generous with 'relevance' scores...but maybe harsher elsewhere  ;)

Rules of engagement here


comments (10)

Yes, there is a sense of life here. Nicely done.
BeakerSt: Thanks although the credit should probably go to the person who created the mould! Thanks.
Well, I think this one has to go in my likeys. A garden buddha. Who would have thought? grin I like this perspective.
BeakerSt: Thanks Karen, that's very kind of you.
Nice crop and a good image - statues certainly are the most patient models. Mike
BeakerSt: He certainly didn't complain! smile
  • paul
  • 19 Jun 2007, 13:15
Perfect DOF! Certainly does look alive
BeakerSt: Cheers Tadders
That's great. A lovely and intimate way to capture this statue.
BeakerSt: Thanks Flo smile
really nice frame!
BeakerSt: Thanks Nicola
  • Mal
  • 19 Jun 2007, 21:42
not often that I'm hard on you but that blown shoulder rips my eye of the the important detail! Love the shot but got to get that detail sorted. mal
BeakerSt: I know exactly what you mean, I tried to salvage it and considered cloning but in the end all I did was a bit of burning on the highlights. It's quite a large blowout! smile
  • SheepLover
  • Pembrokeshire SW Wales
  • 19 Jun 2007, 22:11
Really like this Simon. Nice one.
BeakerSt: Cheers Andy
  • Jimbo
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • 21 Jun 2007, 09:27
This really is beautiful contemplative. The monochrome works well (one of these days I'll try it), while the angle of view and the crop add nicely to the overall effect.
Is a very nice crop. Fine work!

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