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A very warm August afternoon at Meadowlark

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    Posted: 10 August 2018 at 04:24
It was warm but not too humid. Not a great day for a walk, but summer is halfway done so might as well have some fun in the afternoon sun.

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Thanks for looking.

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Very creative series, love the first one and also the third is very subtle. TFS Winston .
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Beautifully crafted set. Love the saturated colours and the way you've composed and cropped the images.
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#7 appeals a lot me Winston. Nice warm yellow hue throughout with plenty of detail for the eye to explore and then my eye finds the bird in a dynamic pose. TFS!
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Wow, very nice set - so colorful!

My favorites are #2 - indeed a very creative composition - and #7. #7 immediately brought up the notion of "tableau" for me. The tableau vivant had been a staged painting and the idea has been taken up by photographers (like Alfred Stieglitz) to create pictorialist photography. I think your #7 is coming very close to their ideals - a very much paintinglike photograph!

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