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AMOS N°003 - climbing/2

 
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Apr 09, 2007 05:48 |  #1

IMAGE: http://www.voegtli.net/gallery/concept/amos_003_800.jpg

Another example of AMOS - a matter of scale.

(AMOS N°1, N°2)


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Apr 09, 2007 09:23 |  #2

Great shot. BELAY ON!


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Apr 09, 2007 13:21 |  #3

I can't see the ropes ... tell 'em to use red rope! I like the shot ... where were you?

I caught these three climbers at Yosemite:

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Apr 09, 2007 13:33 |  #4

I thought I was high when at the climbing gym...WOW nice shots.


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Apr 09, 2007 15:19 |  #5

Hi all. Sorry to have mislead you... ;) I just added the climber in postprocessing to
deceive the viewer, along with the "wrong" title. This is part of a visual experiment.
Look closely, and you see a root in the right half of the shot, as well as a plant under
the dark transversal shadow.

See below... this was a stone of approx. 20 cm height. I was lying in the grass, very relaxed. But, hey... thanks for your comment! I hope you enjoyed the view anyway. :)

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Ok, read the explanation to the background of this shot here.


AMOS N°001: a simple stone, approx. 30 cm height, 45° angle

AMOS N°002: tree bark (birch), approx. 15 cm width, four little color spots added

AMOS N°3: another stone, approx. 20 cm height

AMOS N°004: fallen tree with moss, approx. 15 cm shown here


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Apr 09, 2007 17:23 |  #6

Well, crud, that's too bad! I think there is a great forum for this sort of thing ... Experimental or somesuch so you might want to repost or get these posts moved over there! Obviously you did a grand job! Oh, so let's see your originals of the climber.


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Apr 09, 2007 17:33 |  #7

Very interesting... certainly a fractal-kind-of-thing going on here. Jubbly-tastic.

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Apr 09, 2007 18:41 |  #8

DwightMcCann wrote in post #3012557external link
Well, crud, that's too bad! I think there is a great forum for this sort of thing ... Experimental or somesuch so you might want to repost or get these posts moved over there! Obviously you did a grand job! Oh, so let's see your originals of the climber.

Oh come on. Had I posted it there without spoiling all the fun right from the start, that board would have asked me to move it here.

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Apr 10, 2007 06:57 |  #9

I kinda wondered about the vine to the right, looked really big compared to the lead climber. But in michigan the only vine we have is grape and poison ivey! Oh ya and who needs rope, some of the greatest climbers (steve-o) didn't use rope.


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Apr 29, 2007 06:47 |  #10

If I'd see someone climbing on such a wall without ropes, I'd run away screaming, and certainly wouldn't have the nerve to take pictures.
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