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    "aliveness" through objects

    Show pictures of objects with some aliveness, even when this is completely subjectif
    I will start wit this one,

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    Re: "aliveness" through objects

    Miguel,,,, I like the way you did this.. I've been thinking about photographing some chairs and you beat me to it... we must all be on the same wave length
    good show

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    Re: "aliveness" through objects

    Nice. Check out the chair image on Merg Ross' site for my favorite.
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    And miles to go before I sleep,
    And miles to go before I sleep"

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    Re: "aliveness" through objects

    Always enjoy a good Chair image
    a few of my best images are of chairs.

    Chairs are possibly the hardest furniture to build, when trying combining beauty, form, function and durability.

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    Re: "aliveness" through objects


    I usually manage to be off the topic's real intent - here goes again.

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    a progression of temptations or vices. That's living, right? :P

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    pedal car and puddle duck

    posted before, but I just love it.
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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    Re: "aliveness" through objects

    Jim that's a lovely image

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    Re: "aliveness" through objects

    Miguel, beautiful light and composition. Excellent!


    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Gittings View Post
    Nice. Check out the chair image on Merg Ross' site for my favorite.
    Thanks, Kirk. I am guessing that it is the image of, "Torn Chair Seat", in Portfolio Four.

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    I got the moderators noose
    so, I learned a little something today.

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