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Enne See

Free Member, Thessaloniki


A paradoxic prospect of a certain theme (a paragon of luck).

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  • Anna Asp 01/12/2011 20:26

    Beautiful warmth and balance of gradation broken by strong lines. I actually like the intensity of the hot spot. I think if it were toned down, then you would lose its bite into the parallel lines below it, and that is my favorite part! Great idea.

    I love when minimalist images like this work so well. I think it tells a lot about the artist behind it, who has taken the time to not only notice the beauty in a simple moment but also to develop that moment into something that others can also see. Thanks for sharing!
  • Ildikó ZókaDani 12/22/2010 22:05

    simply brilliant.
  • Sultana 02/09/2010 8:39

    jasu enee see,
    mu aresi para poli....sultana
  • alev red 02/06/2010 22:35

    Thank you for your words. I think this picture is a painting so to. May be expessionist or may be impressionist. Welcome in to the club. And sorry for my englisch. I was born in the east from Germany.
  • Jim McKinniss 10/22/2008 0:50

    I really like the abstract and minimalist composition. The color palette being fairly monochromatic earth tones is also appealing to me.

    The do agree with Sarah about the hot spot being a bit too hot. Even with that minor negative, the image is very nice.

  • joe barrett 10/12/2008 10:47

    not sure why,just like it!
  • Sarah D. Kiefer 02/13/2007 3:12

    glary, yes. minimal, yes. the glare is too hot, but overall this is quite a beautiful piece.
    sarah k


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