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February Second

February Second


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Dan Chusid07-Feb-2006 06:57
Did you remove the cheesy plants
this courtyard is famous for?
EDITH RB03-Feb-2006 15:15
Nice black and white shot with nice patterns. :)
Karen Leaf03-Feb-2006 04:25
As a student of everything and master of nothing can I still give an A?
Tough lighting, would like a little more contrast to make it pop a bit more (totally subjective suggestion)
1105191203-Feb-2006 03:43

Oh man...a totally serious gallery, ok.
Elaine (etfitz)03-Feb-2006 03:19
Wonderful building!
David Clunas03-Feb-2006 00:47
You've certainly given yourself a tonal range challenge here, works though, looks like a good place to be.
James Church02-Feb-2006 23:23
As others have said, this is a nice study of light and shade. I think the mixture of straigt and curved; horizontal, diagonal and vertical is very effectove. Nice job holding the cloud detail in the sky as well.
Robin Reid02-Feb-2006 15:33
As an OLD photographer of Balboa Park I would have to say that the black and white toning and capture of the play of light and shadows is excellent work. Aplus.
Herb Knufken02-Feb-2006 14:03
Nice Balboa Park shot
Ed Goodnight02-Feb-2006 11:45
As an OLD mechanical drawing teacher I would have to say that I like the perspective
All of the lines on the right and left are going to a common vanishing point
Interesting that the diagonal shadow almost perfectly bisects the rectangle on the far courtyard wall
very nice image, Gary A+
Graham Tomlin02-Feb-2006 10:29
nice picture regards Helen
Antonis Sarantos02-Feb-2006 09:38
Neat composition, love the tone balance and the strong diagonal. Bravo Gary!!!
laine8202-Feb-2006 08:50
I love the Spanish influence of your image, Gary. I'm looking in the shadows for Zorro, but... ;>)
Di02-Feb-2006 08:12
Love the mixture of lines and curves here. The b&w adds a lot of drama to this, as well. Nicely seen!
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