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Marocain

Marocain



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I'm not sure what your title means but I like very much the texture and brilliant colour in your photo.
Dave Carrington: Crepe Marocain is a wrinkley fabric & this shot reminded me of some tie-dyed: old hippy showing my age! smile
(Rusty) orange and blue. Always a great combination. What is the strange cactus-like form bottom-left?
Dave Carrington: It's the shadow of a tree branch on a wall, Ian!
  • Richard Trim
  • Leicester UK. Back from Suffolk
  • 3 Apr 2008, 13:11
yummy. richard
Dave Carrington: Ta, Mr. Trim!
Ooo..eer, one to make you look twice, which is a good thing.
Dave Carrington: Wotcha, Max!
I'm guessing this has been rotated and is rust staining down a wall. The colours are great and having looked Marocain up I guess it looks like this!
Dave Carrington: Correct on all counts, Bill! smile
  • Roz Sears
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 4 Apr 2008, 08:37
What a striking image! Gorgeous colour and texture, and that mysterious shadow is a great inclusion. (:o)
Dave Carrington: Glad you think so, Roz smile

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aperture f/14.0
sensitivity ISO100
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