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Windows of the Hearth (Night)
Windows of the Hearth (Night)
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Collection: Nature & Views
Camera: Gateway DC-T50
Location: Buchanan, VA
Date: Dec 3, 2005
Galleries: Architecture, Digital Art
Date Uploaded: Dec 3, 2005

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Comments: 13
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This is actually two photographs. The core is the ruins of a grist mill I visited this morning in Buchanan on Purgatory Creek. The view in the windows was just so yucky I thought it ruined the otherwise interesting shot, so I improvised. :-)

I cut out the windows and copied & pasted the view from one of my other shots in the holes. I like the result.

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06/18/2006 01:26:52 PM
Wow..I love this one. Great job with the window.
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01/04/2006 06:29:00 PM
Like this a whole lot better than the day version, would probably look good as a cover of a vampire book or something in that genre. All I think is missing would be a sinister character in the lower right corner and voila! Good job on the PP, looks very nice and no way to really know this was two photos.
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12/07/2005 02:35:55 PM
Great shot Jimmy!!! The colors are spectacular. Very creative job with the window. Only nitpick is the edge of the window (particularly lower window, right side) seems a little soft. Maybe a little heavy with the feathering on your selection.
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12/06/2005 06:36:58 PM
Wow Jimmy this is beautiful. I love the textures of the walls and the old vs new the upper walls have with the lower walls. And the moon and clouds?!?! Wow! Great photo.
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12/06/2005 06:32:59 PM
Love the view in the window!
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12/05/2005 01:14:19 AM
I felt like fiddling. Hope you don't mind.

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12/05/2005 01:04:18 AM
great image
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12/05/2005 01:01:54 AM
The bricks look way too bright compared to the moon in the background for me, even if it is supposed to be a long exposure- because then the moon would be blown out. I think if you burned a lot, (especially around the edges) and added the slight blue cast to the building, you could make your trick-trickery a bit less obvious. Otherwise a good look!

Message edited by author 2005-12-05 01:02:22.
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12/03/2005 09:14:12 PM
I love this. Excellent idea and delivery.
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12/03/2005 08:55:14 PM
Has an old, mysterious feeling to it. Like how you put it together!
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12/03/2005 08:41:01 PM
This is just too cool..!! great thinking about the window..!!
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12/03/2005 08:22:47 PM
Good improv. You could have fooled me, but then I'm a sucker for anything with a moon in it.
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12/03/2005 07:51:25 PM
This is pure delight. So intriguing and mysterious. I love the moon/sky combination. Really a cool treatment. WOW - I am mega impressed with your patience and expertise.
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