redshift

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Lines and Shadows

Lines and Shadows



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  • blackdog
  • Eye of the Storm
  • 29 Dec 2008, 00:23
Red Shift indeed - could be from another world. That gold colour reminds me of the old B&H ads of the 70's.

Fine shot.
Dave Carrington: B&H! Memories of expensive fags: Embassy Regal were my fave killers!
nicely seen indeed! The gold tones in it are very nice and it does look a bit otherwordly.
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Dawn. Surprising what a few tyre tracks in the sand can conjure up...smile
  • 613photo
  • United States
  • 29 Dec 2008, 01:50
Human footprints...
Dave Carrington: Human & machine which the tide wipes out every day!
  • Larry Bliss
  • Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
  • 29 Dec 2008, 02:17
So very elegant and simple.
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Larry: simple is good, elegance is a bonus!
Well seen and yes it does remind me of the old B&H ads too!!
Dave Carrington: Old smokers come out of the woodwork, or is it simply the power of advertising?! smile
about as normal a shot as it gets from you Dave and a beauty it is toosmile
Dave Carrington: Hey, I can do normal...what're you trying to say here?? smile
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 29 Dec 2008, 10:21
Very good
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Matey! smile
Very textural Dave .... might look really good in black and white as well. richard
Dave Carrington: Sand is always good in B/W. I did try a version, but prefered this one!
A great shot with mystery and wonderful texture.
Dave Carrington: Thank you, Mary. I like to find the mysterious in the everyday: it's always there if you look!
  • VZ
  • United States
  • 29 Dec 2008, 14:06
Very interesting graphics, Dave. Glad you have an open mind and see the beauty, where the others just pass by.
Dave Carrington: I try, Viktor, I try...smilesmile
  • Travis
  • United States
  • 29 Dec 2008, 14:29
I really like this man vs. nature pattern in the sand. A bit of a crop off the top suits my eye a bit better.
Dave Carrington: I've already cropped a touch off the top to try & balance it up a little: there's just no pleasing some people...smilesmile
Mi riporta ad un antico bassorilievo opera di civiltà perdute.
Dave Carrington: My Italian is not to good, although I did study Latin for 5 years. I understand the 'Lost civilisation'. Bassorerilievo: 'bas-relief'? I'm getting there by way of several languages!! smile It's an intersting interpretation, Stef!
  • Fabrice
  • France
  • 29 Dec 2008, 19:37
Footprints in the desert ... Is this the participants of the "Dakar" (motor race)?
I like the graphic !
Dave Carrington: It's a long way from Dakar, Fabrice, but a Romantic notion, nonetheless!
Dave, this is my kind of photo smile Love the simplicity
Dave Carrington: So glad you like it, Pamela! smile

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