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Mangled One by wroth Mangled One by wroth
(updated october 24th 2007)

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About how individuals cluster as an attempt to hide their lack. Like Vivid One this is a kind of social commentary told in a vocabulary that interests me, but is not likely to be too legible, sorry.


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Media: Digital photography via Canon EOS, darkroom development in Photoshop on Mac OS.

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Freggoboy Sep 18, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Absolutely stunning view!
Although, it would maybe have been nice to see a bit more of the trees, if they weren't that dark?
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:iconwroth:
Thank you

They where all vissable but I darkened them, it makes my point better this way. It's more of a concept photo then a landscape really
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:iconfrozen-morwen:
the little tree in the center seems to be in front of a group of threatening judges, in a trial...their dark silhouettes and tallness definetely have something creepy....
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:iconwroth:
You put it very well. :)

When you accept the one central symbol, tree = people, from there the meaning of the work becomes a very clear. The relationships of hight and distance, deformity and light, etc, all play a role as if it was people in these relationships.
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pedroinacio Oct 10, 2007   Photographer
You really are mastering the light! :nod:
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:iconwroth:
Well I try at lest, most times with humbling failures [laughs]. Light is what it's all about, it's how we [photographers] speak isn't it? Without light everything would be swallowed up by night and silence
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pedroinacio Oct 10, 2007   Photographer
Yes, you're quite right, as usual, and a very fluent photographer :]
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:iconbleedsopretty:
where was this taken?
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:iconwroth:
A short walk from my home, at the edge of The Rockies.
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