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    I like it. So beautiful colors...Excellent shot.

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    Cleverly done. The lighting on the smoke is great.

    I like these type of shots. Like Rorschach tests, it is intriguing to examine shapes and to see what they remind you of. My first inclination when I saw this was a treble clef (even though further detailed examination doesn't necessarily support this). I guess it is that swirl top right that jumped out at me.
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    This is beautiful. i love the color. i think i would have cropped out the bottom one third, just enough to remove that cluster in the lower right hand. Just my preference, but still beautiful as is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Runmonty View Post
    Cleverly done. The lighting on the smoke is great.

    I like these type of shots. Like Rorschach tests, it is intriguing to examine shapes and to see what they remind you of. My first inclination when I saw this was a treble clef (even though further detailed examination doesn't necessarily support this). I guess it is that swirl top right that jumped out at me.
    Thank you.
    I also agree wit the Rorschach test analogy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lorey View Post
    This is beautiful. i love the color. i think i would have cropped out the bottom one third, just enough to remove that cluster in the lower right hand. Just my preference, but still beautiful as is.
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    I kept it in since what I see is a demon sitting. Lower right is the crossed legs with the hunched back that lead to the head with the faint wings going out of frame in the upper left.
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