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Photo "On The Edge"

photo "On The Edge" tags: landscape, clouds, mountains
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On The Edge
mon 4 Feb 2002 22:33
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Fernando Dinis Fernando Dinis #1 mon 4 Feb 2002 22:47

Excellent composition, and colors!

Carmen Fuchs Carmen Fuchs #2 mon 4 Feb 2002 22:56

Outstanding composition - been doing this long?

johndoe johndoe #3 mon 4 Feb 2002 23:05

Original composition!

Jorge Jacinto Jorge Jacinto #4 mon 4 Feb 2002 23:18

Good composition !

Vad Ivanov Vad Ivanov #5 mon 4 Feb 2002 23:27

Good job!

Sergej Babich Sergej Babich #6 Tue 5 Feb 2002 00:19

great and excellent!!!

Peter Wallack Peter Wallack #7 Tue 5 Feb 2002 01:20

I am a mountain climber and a extreme skier so why does your image give me vertigo? smile smile smile

Ainars Brencis Ainars Brencis #8 Tue 5 Feb 2002 01:28

All the best things are the simplest ones....

Vladimir Gurov Vladimir Gurov #9 Tue 5 Feb 2002 08:24

Very beautiful clouds, they looks like sea waves

Zakadr Zakadr #10 Tue 5 Feb 2002 11:09

Very much such plots like. It is executed wonderfully.

Aguinaldo Calheiros Vera-Cruz Aguinaldo Calheiros Vera-Cruz #11 Tue 5 Feb 2002 11:19

Great job !

Vladimir Revic Vladimir Revic #12 Wed 6 Feb 2002 01:44


Tio Pepe Tio Pepe #13 Wed 6 Feb 2002 04:44

well they all speak about composition and colours
what is left for me to say
great to see you are active no matter what and great the story i could think of when looking at this picture
i know some say a good picture should stand on its own that is to say it does not need support from any story but at the same time everything tells a story as everything is connected to everything else
(we all seem to hold a portion of the truth)
i could relate this to isolation - imposed upon
i could also say this is not the sky but troubled waters - that is the shore running down to the sea not a hill seen against the skies
of course it is only a convention
(to come back:) the tree is the only one left and there is pressure on it too
it might be soon pulled out in its turn
turned over
turned to ashes and dust
so that the only thing left in the long run is barren desolate land

why does this come to my mind so often
who is responsible for what we have to go through

Sergey Militsky Sergey Militsky #14 Sat 9 Feb 2002 22:59

What breadth of open space and boundlessness

Manouche Manouche #15 Sat 13 Apr 2002 05:10

Sea or Sky ! it`s so beautiful !