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* <b>Omnipresent </b>
1st feb 2006 Photocat

* Omnipresent

om·ni·pres·ent
adj: Present everywhere simultaneously; being present everywhere at once.
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[Medieval Latin omnipresns, omnipresent- : Latin omni-, omni- + Latin praesns, present participle of praeesse, to be present]
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om'ni·pres'ence n.

Example: Chaos is omnipresent.


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Canon DSLR Challenge06-Jul-2006 04:18
Cat, you did a great job. Each one of these pics can stand alone and they look so great together. Wonderful series. The first one in the series is my overall fave of the four. It would look great blownup.

-Techo
jnconradie03-Jul-2006 20:07
What a fantastic collection of masterpieces. I like it very much. ~jnconradie
Canon DSLR Challenge03-Jul-2006 00:49
Indeed comments were made a while ago. First I recognized Cat's series then saw my name and thought my account was hijacked!!!

Matt.
Canon DSLR Challenge02-Jul-2006 14:38
Please disregard earlier comments, they may not be relevant for the current topic. -Cat
Matt04-Feb-2006 13:20
Nice series! It would have worked for challenge #56 very well.

I have to disagree about nature being chaotic. All IMHO, of course. That would mean that chaos generate order since as plants grow they subsist via very organized and known methods such as carbon dioxide production, nutrients extraction from the ground. Same thing for animals and Man. Very complex machines indeed but an assembly of well organised body part that keep us alive for decades.

I still enjoyed the photos. :-)
Cancer tumors on the other hand are an exemple of chaos.
Canon DSLR Challenge04-Feb-2006 11:07
Wonderful, Ms. Cat. Each image alone is a nice piece of photography, but taken together they are superb. The diagonal breaks the pattern and adds interest. Great concept and execution. --Mr. Biscuit
Guest 04-Feb-2006 01:04
oo I love the pinecone shot! and this is interesting because you have three symmetrical/top-view images arranged with a somewhat out of place image (bottom right). and yet, i think it works because of the "chaotic" theme.