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A Brasier, fire, a centre point for conversation when living in a field. Though the double exposure was accidental (currently having camera repaired, sticky shutter!), I think it actually describes the idea of how everything can really be centred around a fire and warmth. Thoughts?
Date: Fri, 5, October, 2012 Views: 2202
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Film make, size & rating:: Ilford Delta 100, 6x6
Paper:: Ilford RC Pearl

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Adrian
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Registered: May 2012
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Wed, 24, October, 2012 10:50pm

Nice one TheoP. This photo' is giving me powerful emotional message. You know when things are just getting a bit too much - too much going on in life? What's the word I'm looking for? Exasperated maybe? It's got masses of movement in it. It's unsettling but like it because it speaks - a great piece of photography. The only thing I can think of that might improve it still further is to crop out the white marks in the foreground. The emotional action is all in the top 2/3.
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Sun, 28, October, 2012 4:31pm

Thanks for the comment! I have a cropped print too but I feel it loses some depth. Guess its a matter of preference.
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