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Jul 09, 2014 22:25 |  #1

From a Sunday excursion:

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/nZcp​eF  (external link)


(context: froth below a dam)

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Jul 23, 2014 12:56 |  #2

Thought provoking abstract. Well done. :)




  
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Jul 26, 2014 23:26 |  #3

Levels wrote in post #17051027 (external link)
Thought provoking abstract. Well done. :)

What thoughts were provoked?

I'm not trying to be a jerk here. Well, I kind of am, but I like to think it's for a good reason. Generally speaking, people SUCK at talking about art (myself included). You can't just comment on a piece by saying "good job, it provoked thoughts" and then leave it at that. If it provoked thoughts, then I (and I'm assuming the photographer) want to know what thoughts it provoked. Saying that something is "thought-provoking" doesn't really mean anything without further elaboration. What were your thoughts?




  
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Jul 29, 2014 00:44 |  #4

Clean Gene wrote in post #17058427 (external link)
What thoughts were provoked?

You can't just comment on a piece by saying "good job, it provoked thoughts" and then leave it at that. If it provoked thoughts, then I (and I'm assuming the photographer) want to know what thoughts it provoked. Saying that something is "thought-provoking" doesn't really mean anything without further elaboration. What were your thoughts?

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