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    I found this set of photos as I was surfing about, anyway I think they do prove simplicity is the way to go.


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    I love those shots! Now and then I'll get a good one..it's all in the eye and if you can catch it! My eyes aren't that observant yet!

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    It would be hard to argue that thought based upon any of those examples. Good find.
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    Those are awesome. This is what I find to be the most interesting things in photography. Its the plain and simple that makes the most extradinary images. It is what I strive for when looking for things. I agree with Kat, its in the eye, and not always easy to catch. when done properly the images are stunning. Good find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjeling View Post
    Those are awesome. This is what I find to be the most interesting things in photography. Its the plain and simple that makes the most extradinary images. It is what I strive for when looking for things. I agree with Kat, its in the eye, and not always easy to catch. when done properly the images are stunning. Good find.
    I thought of your recent uploads immediately when I saw these photos JJ!
    It's always a treat to see other photographers with similar ideas. Sorry for the thread jack - but I think you would also like this flickr photographer's work. he has quite a few images in a similar vein if you poke around.
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