Tsunami

Uploaded: January 07, 2005

Description

A distorted photo, inverted to the negative with MGI Photosuite.

Comments

ADILSON FERNANDO FERREIRA January 07, 2005

For me this is the oposite from the Tsunami, it is very beautiful and with nice colors. Great job!!! #202914

Blanca Acosta January 07, 2005

Thanks! #1020565

Murtaza H. Saeed January 08, 2005

Only nature can be both beautiful and horrible at the same time. This is a fitting description of the tsunami, Blanca. Very creatively depicted. #1022986

Blanca Acosta January 08, 2005

That's what I think. I once saw in Cuba something similar (not as distructive because Havana has a sea wall and it was predicted two days before, in the 50s) I was a little girl; my father took me to a skyscrapper to watch it...I've never forgotten such immense power of destruction and unleashed beauty. #1023022

Murtaza H. Saeed January 09, 2005

That would be an unforgetable experience I'm sure. So glad you had a warning and were able to prepare to see the awesome beauty and power of it. Your work deserves special attention especially so soon after the tsunami. I hope you can display it at other places too. Art has a healing effect for many effected directly by it too. Aid workers/child psychologists have been working with children in the region, asking them to draw. Attached is something I saved. I'm glad you've put this up for it is really good art. #1023567

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