Focused Boundaries

© Richard P. Lussier

Focused Boundaries

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic June 07, 2006

well, I actully like this! I love new and different things....Love the colors and patterns. #460295

Dennis Flanagan June 07, 2006

Profound meaning? My idea of deep thinking is mmmmmm, donuts. LOL

Keep up the great posts Richard. #2864763

Ken Smith level-classic June 07, 2006

If you keep quiet, no one will know. They'll just assume you know the deep meaning behind this. Unlike Dennis, who opened his mouth. :-) Nicely done, Richard. I see the GV style in this one. #2866589

Richard P. Lussier June 09, 2006

Thank you Shelly, Dennis, and Ken! Shelly my wife had the same reaction to this. :)
Krispy Kreme, Dennis?
Heh, Ken, should I continue the mystery awhile longer? #2874498

Gail Vitikacs level-classic June 09, 2006

This is a lovely pattern and perspective Richard....lovely capture indeed! #2874774

Roger Bernabo June 09, 2006

beautiful image Richard; so lovely and complex; well seen and captured! #2875276

Richard P. Lussier June 12, 2006

Thank you Gail and Roger! I DO appreciate your comments.
It's always a pleasure to have you two stop by and visit! #2885871

Bill Wyatt June 12, 2006

Very creative and colorful, love the patterns and lines,Richard! #2886816

Carla Metzler June 17, 2006 you think that is how it would look? This is a wonderful capture, Richard! #2908150

Amy JACKSON level-classic June 19, 2006

Very nice colors and patterns, Richard. #2916472

Pamela Shane June 20, 2006

So different Richard - beautiful work!
:) #2920790

Darryl Wilkinson June 21, 2006

Very well seen and shot, Richard. Awesome camera operations! Love the abstract feel... #2929493

Richard P. Lussier June 26, 2006

Thanks much Bill, Carla, Amy, Pamela and Darryl!!
I really appreciate your wonderful comments; they are really encouraging!

Carla, are you on to me? :) #2952948

Cora Miller level-addict June 26, 2006

Nope, the boundaries look perfectly clear to me. :) I really like this one, Richard. I like the colors, the graphic lines, and the simplicity. My only suggestion would be to make sure your primary lines are straight. In this case the glass shelves, they seem to be running downhill a bit. Otherwise, very well done! #2955201

Richard P. Lussier July 19, 2006

Thanks Cora!!
Sorry it took so long for me to get back to you. :)
Thanks also for the top-a'-the-shelf tip! Maybe I was concentrating too much on my "clear boundaries" to notice my sloping shelves... lol #3051617

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Do you think my attempt at finding a profound meaning in this image is a bit blurry?

31mm, F/4, 1/30sec - used a few layers and the eraser tool to make this in PSE4

Exif: FNumber: 4, ExposureBiasValue: 0/6, ExposureTime: 3.33333333333333E-02, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: , WhiteBalance: auto white balance

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