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Murry Grigsby 5/8/2003 2:57:16 PM

Great social comment and very creative photography and PS work. I love it!! #34176


Thanks Murry! I am really happy with how this one turned out.

Looks like part of my comment got cut off in the description. It was just luck that the section I chose had red cars in it. I didn't even realize it until I got home and looked at the photos. #94130

Wendy L. Hampe

Thomasa, I like this one. Nice patterns and colors. It looks like these people have things in common. I can imagine the people coming out, all dressed alike..Great work! #94165

Patricia Marroquin

Ooooooooh, Stepford Wives? :-) This is great, Thomasa! Where is this that has all the same white houses? Very nice work! #94177


Location is Saint Joseph, MO

They have the same mailboxes too.... #94204

Jill Battaglia

Amazing and very well done! #94324

Claudia Kuhn

Nice shot - I liked what you did, and luck was on your side! #94588

Murry Grigsby

Congrats, Thomasa! #114251


Thanks so much! I really like this image for some reason. Perhaps it's the strong pattern. I plan on printing it out and putting it on my desk. #114438

Patricia Marroquin

Congrats, Thomasa! I hope this goes further! #115004


Everyone, thanks so much for the encouraging words! I'm a beginner and thrilled to make it as a finalist. #115471

Mette Vendelboe Allison

A fun, symbollic shot! Congratulations - well deserved! #117246

Patricia Marroquin

Congrats, Thomasa! #117506

Bernard B. Travers

Congratulations, Thomasa. #117528


My first winning photograph! I'm tickled pink!! Thanks everyone. #117638

Murry Grigsby

Congrats on your image and your win, Thomasa! #117740

Cathy Barrows

Congrats...they probably don't even see the pattern that they live in #117843

Collin Clack

Congrats Thomasa, wonderful example of repeating lines. #117881

Connie L. Carpenter

Terrific idea and very well executed... congratulations. #117925

Wolfgang Dolak

Oh yes, this one has it, Thomasa!!
birdie #118254

Gary H. Minish

Not only is this a great display of repitition and perspective, but I agree with Murry that it's a strong social/cultural statement! Very well shot and modified also! Congratulations, Thomasa! #118638

Cathy M. Gromball

Congratulations, Thomasa!

Cathy :) #126366

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I have driven past the houses several times and really wanted to get a good shot of them. I was intrigued by their strong pattern. Image taken with a Canon EOD D60. F-stop 5.6 at 1/1500 sec. ISO 100. First I cropped the image in PhotoShop to reduce some of the clutter and distractions. The sky was dull, so it was altered in PhotoShop as well. The last car in line was changed to red to help strengthen the repetition pattern going on in the image. Although it was just luck, that I chose a section

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