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A drop in the ocean... • photo: Marsaliath on Flickr - i like the effect that the raindrop has given on the petal and the deep detail on the flower.

A drop in the ocean... • photo: Marsaliath on Flickr - i like the effect that the raindrop has given on the petal and the deep detail on the flower.

this granny smith apple has dark shadows which brings out the light on the green of the apple and the water over it making it look more juicy

this granny smith apple has dark shadows which brings out the light on the green of the apple and the water over it making it look more juicy

This design could be used in the school newspaper to show the beauty of dancing. It would also support the topic of hard work in dance.

This design could be used in the school newspaper to show the beauty of dancing. It would also support the topic of hard work in dance.

RESEARCH PHOTO - #Repetition - I really like the complexity of this one. I'm not sure how this has been acheieved but there is obvious repetition and it almost looks like an illusion.

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RESEARCH PHOTO - #Repetition - I really like the complexity of this one. I'm not sure how this has been acheieved but there is obvious repetition and it almost looks like an illusion.

Edward Weston. Mettre cette image à côté de celle-ci : http://www.pinterest.com/pin/535717318146040298/                                                                                                                                                      More

Edward Weston. Mettre cette image à côté de celle-ci : http://www.pinterest.com/pin/535717318146040298/ More

Shadows and white shapes. Without seeing the shadow maker - we can still guess what shape-shifter is interdicting the light. The only reason that we don't loose the shape of things which are covered in shadow is because the shape-shifter has allowed just enough light to break through. These eggs look very reptilian in this presentation - don't they? Was that apparent at first look by you? Or did I point it out? Funny how the power of observation works in the trained mind.  Omelet anyone?

Shadows and white shapes. Without seeing the shadow maker - we can still guess what shape-shifter is interdicting the light. The only reason that we don't loose the shape of things which are covered in shadow is because the shape-shifter has allowed just enough light to break through. These eggs look very reptilian in this presentation - don't they? Was that apparent at first look by you? Or did I point it out? Funny how the power of observation works in the trained mind. Omelet anyone?

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