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Critique By: Avi   (K:70138) Donor  
1/26/2008 11:45:45 PM

It is strange how there seems to be light on a small patch on the sand and part of the tree. I don't know whether it is because of some processing lapse or something else. Apart from that this is a beautiful picture, with a moody seaside sunset and the inclusion of human figures to make it complete. Congrats on a great job and well deserved awards.

        Photo By: Nick Lagos  (K:2203)

Critique By: Avi   (K:70138) Donor  
12/3/2009 5:59:50 AM

See, THAT is a great photo. for a second it makes the viewer think that the man is tugging the boat.. but then, when he looks more carefully, he says.. naaaah...

For me, a successful photograph is often one which has this element of surprise in it. THAT factor makes it linger in my mind. That, plus the fact that the title does not attempt to draw any unnecessary attention.

Superb work !!
        Photo By: K r i s h n e n d u  - The NoOne  (K:12059)


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