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Photographer absynthius .  absynthius . {Karma:20748}
Project #43 Unusual Vision Camera Model .
Categories Abstracts
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Uploaded 8/28/2009 Film / Memory Type .
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Location City -  Prishtinë
State -  KOSOVĖ
Country - Albania   Albania
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Fabio Keiner   {K:81109} 5/24/2010
excellentissimo

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Ivona Lozic Ivona Lozic   {K:6799} 1/8/2010
Great!!
Don't know why, but it reminds me on my days in medical school, on pathology :-)

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RC. Dany RC. Dany   {K:64104} 11/6/2009
Excellent .

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Malules Fernandez Malules Fernandez   {K:54810} 10/23/2009
Pure art!!!
Excellent!!
make favorite...
regards,
Malules

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 10/14/2009
Hmmm... the use of the physical existence is that we get a real existing image that we can post, Visar. ;-) Well, not necessarily the intellectual heart of the matter, but it helps! ;-)

Jokes aside, the usefulness of the physical existence of the non-existence is... that you have to define it first (as "vacuum" for example) in order to follow the thread of thoughts and distill the experimentally proven result that such a "completely nihilistic vacuum"... can't exist! It fluctuates around the state of absolute non-existence and it does it *not* in time, since even time doesn't exist in such a vacuum.

Another parenthesis here: This is why the question about "what was *before* the big bang" is... a non-question. Speaking out the word "before" we already pre-assume existence of time, ey? ;-)

Back to the main thread now: Such a "vacuum" fluctuates simply because it can't be just sharply nonexistent in all its attitudes and properties. It is quantum mechanics that forbids that. And so, some fluctuation makes a big boooommm, and here you are the whole universe out of the energy density of the... nothing. No "creator" is needed for that, no "godly will", no "miracle". It is just necessity. It can't get any different.

And so, indeed a brave new world is served on a plate, but unfortunately too many will assume some cosmic cop that tells them what they are allowed to use, ey? ;-)

Cheers!

Nick

BTW: Isn't that at least hopeful to recognize that plain maths and physics *do* agree with philosophy and that they both completely disagree with (and demolish by proofs) all religion? I am so comfprtable with that.

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Joćo F * Photography Joćo F * Photography   {K:41945} 9/7/2009
absynthius , a favorite for me Weel done my friend.
cheers
joao

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Gustavo Scheverin Gustavo Scheverin   {K:164501} 9/1/2009
Me gusta mucho tu estilo surrealista, me recuerda a Magritte.
Felicitaciones!

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absynthius . absynthius .   {K:20748} 8/31/2009
Hi Pablo, so glad to read you comment.

cheers,
v.

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absynthius . absynthius .   {K:20748} 8/31/2009
thank you Vijay,

v.

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absynthius . absynthius .   {K:20748} 8/31/2009
thanks Yazeed, i appreciate.

v.

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absynthius . absynthius .   {K:20748} 8/31/2009
and why should he be visible Nick, when he is just the same as the manufactured other, whose coat fits just the same (on the other)?! i mean, what's the use of a "phisical existence of that non-existence"?

a Brave New World is being served on a plate to use my friend.

cheers,
v.

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absynthius . absynthius .   {K:20748} 8/31/2009
thanks Fabio,

v.

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absynthius . absynthius .   {K:20748} 8/31/2009
indeed, the "lab coat" is awaiting for many wombs to come to their natural states; did you know that even their measures are foreseen!? ;)

cheers,
v.

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absynthius . absynthius .   {K:20748} 8/31/2009
hi Saad,

i see what you are saying, and i have to add that i do not mind much its stains as much as i would be concerned about the "aesthetics" of these stains fitting to my vision! ;)

cheers,
v.

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Pablo Dylan Pablo Dylan   {K:63918} 8/29/2009
Always intersting your work and I like this.

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Vijay Kurhade   {K:10118} 8/29/2009
lovely abstract; great touchup
take care

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M  jalili M  jalili   {K:69009} 8/29/2009
Also amazing work ...............

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 8/29/2009
And you continue the "definition of an object by defining its surrounding" even stronger, Visar! Here you say it much more definite, much more "wholeheartedly" than in the previous one. Here you don't even try to get enhancement by referring to "expectable feelings", but you simply state the existance of the missing object (the guy) by eferring to the existance of the direct surroundings of the guy (the coat!). Much like the technique for making the "invisible man" visible, but without showing him at all.

Technically I am impessed of the fact that a very high-key-ish image preserved also some of the strengths if the low key, like for example the contours. And though the focus was fuzzy for getting also some more "airy" impression, it still didn't lose definiveness of the subject.

Then we aso add the subtle gradients that show us what the 3D-Surface looks like... and we end up with another distinct one. Not simply "nice" but distinct. The maker is recognizable by his distinct mskings.

Cheers!

Nick

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Fabio Keiner   {K:81109} 8/28/2009
very finest

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Billy Bloggs Billy Bloggs   {K:51043} 8/28/2009
I know what Saad is saying, it looks like a lab coat, one that has specimens all over it, interesting shot, slightly macabre
Regards, Gary

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:89000} 8/28/2009
I am so familiar with this coat,you could say that we are friends,
I could tell you one fact about it ,it is so easily stained ,and when it does,it is difficult to clean.
be well and fine.
Saad.

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