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    Jazz in ghetto

    Jazz in ghetto

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    Re: Jazz in ghetto

    I don't know about that ghetto, but it looks like Champs-Elysees compared to the ghetto by my house

    I like the gradual transition of warmth.

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    Re: Jazz in ghetto

    I agree that the colour transitions are pleasing.

    However, the saxophone player shadow looks unconvincing. And he is levitating.

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    Re: Jazz in ghetto

    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian View Post
    I agree that the colour transitions are pleasing.

    However, the saxophone player shadow looks unconvincing. And he is levitating.
    I think it's a painting of a shadow, Adrian...

    I'm not really a "landscape" person, but I do like this.

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    Re: Jazz in ghetto

    Oh dear. Well if it is a painting, then please excuse my remark above. I thought it was a photoshopped image superimposed on the photo.

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    Re: Jazz in ghetto

    Oh You could be right, Adrian, but I think it's a painting because there's some graffiti next to it which - it seems to me - relates to the shadow in some way.

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    Re: Jazz in ghetto

    That was my thought too Keith as I have seen similar street paintings in Portugal and elsewhere.

    Don't know why, but not one of my favourites.

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