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    K1W1,

    I think I might crop that to just the water for an abstract view.

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    So are you saying that you don't understand the symbolism of the wild untamed confusion of turbid water juxtaposed in front of the wild untamed confusion of brambles and native bush that expresses a representation of mankind's continued inter ethnic conflict and the dark portents for the future of the planet represented by the areas of black?

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    That's deep, K1W1. First look at the image I saw something disturbing... now I understand.
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    Not so much. I just liked the brush stroke quality to the water.

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    Actually Tim it doesn't look that deep. A pair of waders should do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    So are you saying that you don't understand the symbolism of the wild untamed confusion of turbid water juxtaposed in front of the wild untamed confusion of brambles and native bush that expresses a representation of mankind's continued inter ethnic conflict and the dark portents for the future of the planet represented by the areas of black?
    Nice!!

    The photo isn't bad either.

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    The scrolling trick seems to work on it K1W1, I do prefer without the veg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    The scrolling trick seems to work on it K1W1, I do prefer without the veg.
    I prefer the colour version anyway but I'm not overly concerned about either I only posted it here so the forum continues to tick over. There seems to be a small number of commentators here and a tiny number of posters.

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    Another ruin from a lost civilisation.
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