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Circulation by paulreid Circulation by paulreid
At last, my own staircase picture! Taken in the Musee des Beaux Arts, on a cold November morning in Nancy.(I only went in to get warm!)
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:iconduraluminwolf:
The frame is a nice finishing touch.
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:iconhermioneann:
Very cool shot.
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MelissaGriffin Jan 27, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow,now that is awesome! :wow:
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MrsLoriVintage Jan 27, 2006   Digital Artist
Wonderful capture. I always loved spiral staircases. You know in the thumb version it is very abstract, I can see an eye and it's pupil and lashes :) That's kind of neat...just thought I'd share that :)
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Carito Jan 26, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow.. now that`s what i calla a beautiful stair shot... + fav
really nice composition.. i love that virtual effect you capture.. just love this.
nice work
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:iconeskimodaisies:
this is beautiful.
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:iconphotocrafter:
O.M.G this looks so much like the stair case I shot many many years ago taken in Malta where I had the luxury of staying for a week. But nothing in comparison to this wonderful shot great point of view and beautiful composition. Fantastic!!!!!! the window light makes this image for me. Just a very big applause. For an outstanding image.
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bvisa Nov 25, 2005   Photographer
i mean composition *embarrased*
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:iconpaulreid:
Composure will do. I know what you mean and technically it's not wrong. The beauty of English is that people will try to interpret what you say and make it make sense. You can even use words wrongly to emphasise a point and an unexpected use of a word often makes people listen more. It's what keeps language alive.
Now, if I were French I wouldn't have a clue what you were talking about because everything has to be PRECISE and CORRECT!
A culture which has an annual televised dictation competition is committing it's language to the grave buried in rules and regulations.
(Hope there are no French people listening!)
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