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February 23, 2007
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Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed
1/100 second
Aperture
F/6.3
Focal Length
18 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Feb 21, 2007, 12:25:59 PM
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Beyond Confines by aboutface Beyond Confines by aboutface
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lukeuokee Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2008
:airborne:
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JustBleedItOut Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2007
Oh, a really nice one!
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Stonedecho Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2007
perfect lighting ;)
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starshiiine Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2007
i absolutely love this! :D
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greyscal-e Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2007
gorgeous, the colours clash nicely.
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lucidpoetress Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2007
I love the tone of this. If you look at it a certain way, the window actually starts to look like a painting with sections. I love the clouds and their varying colours. Fantastic!
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McJohnalds Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2007
Its amazing! The window provides a frame for the beauty of the scene outside, but also serves to detach us from it. First thought: captivity?
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LunaNero Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2007
I'm sorry but I can't offer anything helpful... I've been staring at this for the past few minutes trying to figure out what to say, but I can't think of anything... except that it's brilliant.
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Angerthas Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2007   Digital Artist
ekstreemly nice!
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snowmask Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Lovely. One of those images that actually hits me smack in the face and leaves a mark.

Loving the manipulation of the colours, adding all the more to the sense of imprisonment, confinement, and offering a glorious contrast to the bright, joyous world beyond.

I really like all those little handles. Their completely random angles offer asymmetry, something delicious for the eye. They even have character, and almost look like people. They seem to be beckoning, or perhaps taunting, depending on how one likes to look at this.

All in all a very interesting take on a very widely-understood emotion and concept.

:heart:
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