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    Pier at Night

    Inks Lake, TX
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    ulmo.... this is very good...nice contrasty picture....Jack
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    Really great!

    Artificial light on a lake at night is very romantic. My brother in law got married in such a place. It's almost surreal in the mood such a place evokes.

    And then there's the working crew, the service people who doubtless have a different take on it the romance of it all.

    This pic fits that contrast perfectly with the areas of warm luminescence and areas one cannot see into. One sees what one sees and one doesn't what one doesn't.

    Beautiful palette and fantastic lighting.


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    I agree, this is well done lighting. I have always loved the mystery of light and shadow.
    Be well,

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    Thanks,
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    Fashmir... I really enjoy reading your comments.
    Thanks for posting.
    -Ulmo

    P.S. Fashmir, your avatar kind of freaked me out at first. Thought I was seeing things! Very Cool... 8)

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    great one Ulmo...you got the lightplay on the water just right


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    Dear Ulmo, very good painting.

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    Selby and Levent, Thanks for your comments.
    -Ulmo

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    great!...........it makes me ask.......where is the light coming form.i want to know........great pic!
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    Enchanter,
    An ordinary artificial light on a pole?... or an alien spacecraft abducting someone?... hhmmmm...
    -Ulmo

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