brianaw

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photoblog image End of Terrace - No Entry

End of Terrace - No Entry

This is a bit of a weird one. We had a competition at my club in November called "Imagination" so I used four seperate images to put this together, the terrace in the forground, the brick wall, the sky and the road sign.

I don't know if it really comes off, it didn't win, but perhaps some of you may find it interesting.

End of Terrace - No Entry

This is a bit of a weird one. We had a competition at my club in November called "Imagination" so I used four seperate images to put this together, the terrace in the forground, the brick wall, the sky and the road sign.

I don't know if it really comes off, it didn't win, but perhaps some of you may find it interesting.

comments (5)

  • Ginnie
  • United States
  • 18 Feb 2008, 01:29
For putting 4 different images together to make this composition, Brian, I think you can be very proud of it. It's one of those "disconnect" pictures you stop to stare at. Good for you, even if you didn't win!
Brian Walbey: Sounds like it might be a winner with you Ginnie, thanks.
What I like about this is that you could imagine someone putting a no entry sign on a brick wall like this! Nice idea Brian
Brian Walbey: Has to be there for Health and Safety Bill!
  • Astrid
  • The Nehterlands
  • 18 Feb 2008, 06:23
I hope you don't mind saying that I am impressed, this is funny stuf and I know you put a lot of work in it, I know by experience....first to start with the idea....... I love your work.....smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Astrid, I'm glad you like it.
  • Neil J Tandy
  • Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 18 Feb 2008, 07:08
A winner in my book Brian, even if it did not win at the club. Very good imagination!! Kind wishes, Neil.
Brian Walbey: It took a bit of thinking about Neil but I think it works reasonably well.
Very nice idea. I like it. I would have stood a little bit to the right to get a perfect symmetry.
Brian Walbey: Your probably right Richard about where I stood but when you peut several pictures together there has to be a bit of a compromise.

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