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An efficient scarecrow

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This must have been fun to create. A successful effort. 


There is nothing worse than a brilliant image of a fuzzy concept. - Ansel Adams

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Guest olivier

Thank you. Andrea, you forgot the main factor: luck! It was shot blind from the ground with a camera without liveview, and it took many trials before I got something decent...

IR is fun ideed, and reminds me a bit of film: I am not sure of the output until I "develop" the picture. It is always full of surprises.

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Guest mnscott

I love this one.  It would make great album cover art...for Pink Floyd, maybe?

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Guest JohnBrew

Great work, Olivier. I could use one of those in my yard.

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Guest olivier

John, Scott, thank you very much. Beware, this scarecrow destroyed everything by rebounding a few meters around its attachement point!

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oh !! Surreal !!!! And fascinating. This is a simply superb combination of IR, abstraction, composition, colour and coolth.

not much to add to Andrea's comment ... extremely good!


Never mind the words ... just hum along and keep on going...

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