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June 27, 2008
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Similes by the River X by wroth Similes by the River X by wroth
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Current work, from '08. Your critiques are welcome, thanks for looking.

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

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(Open Edition) Print Version: Color Version

(also see the :bulletred:Black & White, :bulletred:Tone, and :bulletred:Inverse versions if online (green dot), or if offline (red dot) then write me and ask about availability.)
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:iconbojan1558:
Bojan1558 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wonderful work :love:
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:iconreignrebuilder:
ReignRebuilder Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2009
Wonderful!
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:iconwroth:
wroth Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2009
Thank you :salute:
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daythief Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2009
Wow... I absolutely love this. It's very painterly for a photograph. I think you nailed the composition spot on.
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:iconwroth:
wroth Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2009
Thank you for the feedback I'm glad you enjoyed this one :aww: I do usually try to have qualities in my photography that makes them more painterly then usual
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kontur Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2008
I really enjoy the beauty throughout this muddy water series. What do you think makes them beautiful, given you regard them as such?

k.
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wroth Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2008
They are part of a larger process, they come about and play their role from a infinitely complex system of meteorology and geology and so on. That reminds me that we are each a part of some wider story and are connected, that is mostly what drives me to photograph them.

As for the beautiful, their formal qualities appeal my eye and I enjoy structuring them into a whole. To walk onto a scene like this one with a range of visual substances and trying to work them into some beautiful final form is a process of my own that i enjoy a lot and the investment of effort helps make work like this pleasing to me.

Thanks for the comment man :thanks:
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kontur Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2008
Thanks for the response.

"Work them into something beautiful" puts to words exactly what I appreciate about these works. They are probably out there in the millions, yet it's luck but artistic skill to get to see them, and consequently being able to capture them.

Keep it up, I enjoy.

k.
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Whazel Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
I obsess over water in my photography.
I tend to shoot it a little too much at times I'm sure, but it's what I love.
This photo is astounding in that it shows such a force of nature that most people never notice because it is actually so small.
Wonderful work...it makes me smile!
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verniceR Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2008
very beautiful place and sweet flower in such a grey dull place :heart: .

do i see some guts in your pics . . cause i didnt dare to browse further down :giggle: .
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