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

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Image Description:
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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:iconfreggoboy:
Freggoboy Featured By Owner 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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wroth Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2008
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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Frozen-Morwen Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2007
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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Frozen-Morwen Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2007
:nod:
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wroth Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2007
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 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2007   Photographer
You really are mastering the light! :nod:
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wroth Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2007
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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:iconpedroinacio:
pedroinacio Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2007   Photographer
Yes, you're quite right, as usual, and a very fluent photographer :]
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bleedsopretty Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007
where was this taken?
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:iconwroth:
wroth Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007
A short walk from my home, at the edge of The Rockies.
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:icondeborah-valentine:
Deborah-Valentine Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
very sensuous snow scape...like lovers under a blanket.
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:iconwroth:
wroth Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007
I worked hard to get the shadows as tactile and communicative as possible, the piece relies on what the form can conjure in people's minds. Sensuous was not my goal as such, but as long as it produces a response that is good to hear :)
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Deborah-Valentine Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
yes a response is clear in your creative process. i am glad to see your work when i do.
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magnesia Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007
so beautiful, i don't know what to say.
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wroth Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2007
Thank you :salute: And n/p, if words came easy I would likely have written more, but they don't.
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magnesia Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007
yeah i know what you mean, it's rather random with me. words can flow and just be incredible, or i can stammer after every word which is never fun when you need them most.
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