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Ended 08/22/11 8:15 PM GMT
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::0930_23
08/01/11 8:21 PM GMT
Lyneve posted a photo of a Ferris Wheel arm and had us guess what it was. I thought that would make a fun contest. Fractologists could make something as well.
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Cameras are like people--sometimes they lose focus.
::coram9
08/01/11 8:50 PM GMT
Tolkien-esque. Something that may have come from the mind of JRR Tolkien. A scene - photographic, manipulation, or cgi - an abstract elvish or dwarfish pattern, even a fractal that reminds you of something from Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit or any other of his books. Many examples of art inspired by his book on the internet for inspiration.
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"There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs." Ansel Adams - Gallery - Web Site - follow me on Twitter.
::luckyshot
08/01/11 10:08 PM GMT
Textures is a topic that offers a range of options, in which all can participate regardless of genre, location, or season.
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If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera. ~Lewis Hine
.rforres
08/01/11 10:42 PM GMT
I suggested 'heat' because it can be interpreted several ways (temperature, passion, pressure, etc) and would be open to different types of artists. Plus, it's been hot as heck lately. ;)
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.Mythmaker
08/02/11 11:01 AM GMT
I'm going with Tolkien-esque because Coram's description of it opened up possibilities for any kind of artist and it's such a different and therefore challenging concept and I reckon that challenge is when the best is drawn out of us each.
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It is not "The powerful attack the weak." it is "The fearful attack what they fear."
.J_E_F
08/02/11 2:32 PM GMT
Tolkien-esque: Lots of opportunities here, such as 'two towers', 'white gate' a forbidden forest and a prancing pony. Now, where did I leave my Tom Bombardil pipe?
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:)
::Ramad
08/02/11 2:44 PM GMT
By "life in the country" I mean something like a farm scene, a girl/boy on a bicycle, a small shop, church. There are many things one can choose with this theme, I think.
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If practice makes perfect and nobody is perfect, then why practice?
.FlimBB
08/03/11 1:09 AM GMT
Yes, Tolkien-esque. There's something to really wrap a creative mind around. Rings, swords and dragons - wide open to interpretation.
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There are 00000010 kinds of people in the world. Those who speak binary and those who don't. -mw
+purmusic
08/03/11 4:14 AM GMT
Thanks to those above for fleshing out their ideas and thoughts on the suggested topics.


Now, this.. is more like it.

And like it, I do. :o)
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+purmusic
08/05/11 10:12 PM GMT
Alright, then.. "Tolkien-esque" it is.


Methinks the fractologists should be able to create something topically appropriate.

Ima givin' it a go!

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Didn't say it would be good good, 'try' being the operative word here.

:oP
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