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It's time by lieveheersbeestje It's time by lieveheersbeestje
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The picture gives the illusion of a forest. But the brownish colors at the bottom ruin that illusion a little bit. The focus on the clock is really nice and it's nice that the clock isn't fully in the middle but a little bit on the side which gives a nice effect. The bokeh at the back looks a bit dirty, it would've been nicer if it were somewhat more green. I see not all the pine branches are as green and young as the others so that may be the problem. Overall it's a really nice picture that shows professionalism and could not just been shot by some amateur.
Good Job Lieveheersbeestje!
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The picture looks so mystifying! The colors compliment each other VERY WELL in this piece. I feel like Im looking at a scene from a movie! All of these things as well as the fact that its just a simple piece, a simple picture with all of these elements only adds to the overall appeal or impact that this piece posseses. The technique is great, I love the blending of colors in the background as it gives a very naturelike feel to the piece and relates to the title of "Time". Very good show if I do say so myself!
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CapnFlynn Mar 8, 2012  Professional Filmographer
This is lovely; it makes me feel very serene and warm.
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I have this clock! <3
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Optically-Deluded Mar 2, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
This is a wonderful image with excellent composition. I like the way that the in focus section of the pine needle draws the eye to the bottom right of the image. Seems to provide a nice balance.
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