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Heavy Water

Heavy Water

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I half expect a Python-esque cartoon finger to come poking through these heavenly clouds. Stunning.
Dave Carrington: Wotcha, Eddy. Yes, a 'God will now speak to thee' moment should follow...alas he couldn't be
  • Max Black
  • touch, hold and engaging.
  • 8 Oct 2007, 08:26
Love the layering and disconcerting composition, yeh baby!
Dave Carrington: Yeh, baby, yeh 'an
I have to agree with the two gentlemen above me!
Dave Carrington: It's your part of the world: across the Ribble estuary. A great vista is always guarenteed, wot?
I love the color. The sky is awsome.
Dave Carrington: Hi, Gail: glad you like it!
That slither of sea competes beautifully with the clouds...mmmmmmmmm. richard
Dave Carrington: Slither...that's a great, descriptive word for the Sea: love it, you poet,
Stunning. Simply stunning.
Dave Carrington: Hi, Bill. I'm glad you think so. Thank you!
Love the composition of this, which breaks all those rules. That silver streak is wonderful.
Dave Carrington: Hi, Ingrid. I know it breaks the 'rules', but one must to produce something fresh, don't you agree?
Unuasual framing which gives the power of the picture
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Richard. I'm glad you like it!
  • nev
  • Australia
  • 9 Oct 2007, 15:39
great layers. its landing whatever it is
Dave Carrington: Ha! It landed, but we kicked it's alien ass & sent it back to the fourth
  • Mal
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Oct 2007, 17:25
looks like God just beamed up Blackpool! the simplicity is great the result stunning. mal
Dave Carrington: Ah, but if it were true...glad you like it, Mal!
Thats a scunner, like a perfect Pavlova. Love the tender colours.
Dave Carrington: Scunner?! Pavlova it is! smile

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