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------ updated August 3rd 08, fine art print added ------

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Better to die beautifully then climb abroad that ark. Better still to walk on water.

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cloistering Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2010  Professional General Artist
You convey so much with choice elements <3
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tatucito Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009
This photo of nature seems a dramatic scene. Wonderful!:hug:
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TomSchmitt Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2009
there is a nice hierarchy in the picture and the effect of the water is magnificent
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pulbern Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Wonderful use of movement through blurs! I find it interesting how those two stems are both pointing in the exact same direction and are both submerged!
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wroth Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2008
:bow: Glad you like this one
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RayDreamer Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2008
Very nice! Abstract and dynamic! RD :wave:
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wroth Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2008
Thanks as always :aww:
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snowmask Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
This is just gorgeous :)

Walking On Water indeed.

The swirl of the water, paired with how the twirl of foliage is curving up and out... all feels like a dance. An elegant pas de deux :heart:
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wroth Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2008
Thanks :blowkiss:
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kayceeus Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is so great I love the flow and texture!
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wroth Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
I have a print of this on my calaneder here beside me and it came out really nice, one of those few pieces of mine I'm really happy with ;)

Thanks for the feedback and all the support :salute:
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kayceeus Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's amazing how little of our work we're even 75% happy with, but you're right this one's a keeper! :D
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wroth Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
:nod: It's always good to be your worst critic.

Better you then someone else ;)
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kayceeus Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ha ha you got that right! :D
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Frozen-Morwen Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
the first word that comes in my mind when I look at this wonderful photo is "primordial": the little plants rising from the life-giving water, or, on the contrary, the last standing plants in the flood.
also, the details and the colours are very interesting:)
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Frozen-Morwen Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
you're welcome. indeed, it fits it better :)
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wroth Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
Thanks, I was very happy with the result in this photo, i'm glad you like it. The 'last' plant was more the meaning I was trying to go for
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tiganesc Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007  Professional
got to admit, i'm on the fence about this one. i find the flower-stems to be too randomly placed - though i do love the colour and the softness of the water.
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wroth Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007
I generally try not to disturb what I shoot unless I have to, so staging the plants was not the way to go about composing this. I did however put careful thought into the spiral balance of the frame and am happy with how it ended up [though aspect ratio means I can't get a perfect Fibonacci, even if I could eyeball it in the field] :)

Thanks for the feedback though
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tiganesc Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007  Professional
ohh i didn't think about spiraling! now i see! i like! :love:
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insaneone Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
i aghree with tecmo the detail in it is great...catches teh eye and holds you in it.
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wroth Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
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AzimuthDragon Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Fantastic work... I like this one very much. The lighting and use of color really adds to it. Great job!
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temoc Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
I'm drooling at the details here.

I love the harsh change of colors in their stems, the whole image appears to be a gigantic being tring to eat those flowers who had lived a hard life and still they resist to be eaten.

Glad you moved this one to your gallery :)
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