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    The Morning After

    After my rather refreshing break from photography I am easing myself back in by having a go at some of the sort of shots I used to enjoy doing whenI first started

    The Morning After

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    Re: The Morning After

    I was trying to put my finger on what bothered me about this image, and I think I know what it is: the angle of the horizon line creates instability, which, together with the visual cues (overturned glasses with dregs of liquid, green colour), is inducing in me the exact queasiness of a morning after. Devilishly clever of you, Steve.
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    Re: The Morning After

    Oddly attractive........I find the bottom liquid black slightly distracting...I want to concentrate on the green cups alone.

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    Re: The Morning After

    Thanks Janis and Michael. That angle is a little unorthodox but as you say it is needed to give the viewer that slight uneasiness. I will post my latest shot on this theme in a new thread. I have gone for a level horizon and no liquid.

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