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The incident at the bottom of the stairs
10/02/2017 06:33:13 AM
The incident at the bottom of the stairs1st Place
by markwiley

Comment:
All the parts are great but the best part of all is the stain.

I would read this book. You can judge a book by its cover.

ETA: Thank you.

Message edited by author 2017-10-02 06:33:42.
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Scenes From a Hat - Vol I
09/12/2017 05:49:20 AM
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self e
09/06/2017 01:56:47 AM
self e
by jmritz

Comment:
O, let us have him, for his silver hairs
Will purchase us a good opinion
And buy men's voices to commend our deeds:
It shall be said his judgment rul'd our hands;
Our youths and wildness shall no whit appear,
But all be buried in his gravity.

- Billy S.
Julius Caesar, Act 2 Scene 1


Message edited by author 2017-09-06 01:57:30.
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Boys
09/03/2017 04:01:18 AM
Boys
by MeMex2

Comment:
This reminded me immediately of Keith Carter's 'Fireflies'.

Just as an aside (please pardon the diversion), how good is Keith Carter? If I could see the work of only three photographers for the rest of my life, Keith Carter would be well-placed on the podium, clutching a trophy and beaming back at me.

But let's get right back to you and your picture. It's a really beautiful photograph, everything that a durable photograph should be. It's a photograph-as-object, so you'd better print it. Not big; not for the wall. Print it small, print it only once, and keep it in a drawer or a chocolate box, where all your most imperishable objects belong. Thank you.

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toll
09/03/2017 03:59:20 AM
toll
by NiallOTuama

Comment:
Why do I love pictures like this? Because they are like shifting sands; just when you think your footing is secure the earth moves under your feet (which would be a splendid song title, would it not?) Wanting to know exactly what something is, what it means, what its boundaries are, is a sad, dismal affliction that I am happy to have never suffered from. So you can throw this beautifully ill-defined stuff at me anytime, and I'll always love how it makes me feel. It makes me feel curious. It makes me feel excited. It makes me feel a fresh feeling every time I look at it.

Some people say that they want a spectacular landscape blown up large and hung on their wall. Other people want a picture of a flawless face with improbably-windblown hair and grotesquely pimped eyes. Often it's the very same people. Poor bastards.

On my wall I love stuff like this, where the experience is never over.

Here's the proof; your picture is (near enough) on my wall right now.
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Thank you.

P.S.
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Nirvana
09/03/2017 03:58:56 AM
Nirvana
by insteps

Comment:
I've just been reading some stuff about Daido Moriyama and looking at his photographs, so I fell for this picture right away. But I'd have loved it anyway, even if I'd only been reading Harry Potter. It has the kind of studied negligence that I love; where it looks like a mistake until you take a second look and appreciate how absorbing it is, and how startlingly well-seen it is. Thank you.

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retake
09/03/2017 03:58:42 AM
retake
by PennyStreet

Comment:
Just a wonderful, complicated, beautiful, charming, enigmatic photograph. The Russian doll of photographs. I love it. Thank you.

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the fine
09/03/2017 03:58:39 AM
the fine
by Tiberius

Comment:
I like this. It's hard to explain, which is always a good sign. And it's interesting, which is ditto. Thank you.
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Tool study..
09/03/2017 03:23:44 AM
Tool study..
by thrumyiis

Comment:
Totally absorbing. Your photograph is well judged to showcase these gorgeous hand tools. The combination of weathering (of the photograph) and precision (of your arrangement of the tools) is perfect. It demonstrates your photographic craft and your insight in equal measure. So I gladly give you 8 for each, making a total score of 16. Thank you.
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Baseball Portrait
09/03/2017 03:17:40 AM
Baseball Portrait
by tjbel05

Comment:
That is a beautiful portrait. Everything about it is perfect for the purpose, It could equally be from 1917 or 2017, and with a timeless, mystical pursuit like baseball as the spiritual inspiration, what more could we wish of a photograph? Not a thing. Thank you.
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