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Good UnTrained 2006-10-07 7:39

Hi Jose,
the POV is somehow strange for a theater or concert hall. I am not sure, what your original focus was, because the hall is cut in the bottom, I miss a physical end. The scan itself again is good again.
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Old 10-07-2006, 05:44 PM
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Default To UnTrained: THank you Ulf.

I wasn't clear enough of my notes. It isn't a real concert hall. It is just a yard where they would play some music during summer nights.
You are right about being a little bit puzzling.
I like it just because the forms, the graphism.
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Default Re: To UnTrained: THank you Ulf.

It just thought about my critique and your response. My eye is interested in the excellent captured white wall together with the structure and forms of the stones on the ground. The problem for me is the cut in the bottom, my brain asks for more. It ends to fast. Therefore it is not only a question of the hall or yard. I just miss something.
Hope it is a bit clearer, as it was not only your note for me, more the photo itself.
The note was only mentioned to reflect the POV.
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Default Re: To UnTrained: THank you Ulf.

For what I remember, the almost all the yard is in the image. It is really a trapezoid, so the strange thing is the reality, not the photo.
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