Pollarded Willow trees at Nox, Shropshire.

by Evans Simon

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Gallery: Stylus Epic (Mju II)

Category: Uncategorized

Published: Thursday 14th of March 2002 10:28:54 AM


Comments

Melanie Kintz
Aesthetics 8, Originality 9 For some reason the mood is as spooky as in the poem Erl-king by Goethe, and that plays at night even. "My son, wherefore seek'st thou thy face thus to hide?" "Look, father, the Erl-King is close by our side! Dost see not the Erl-King, with crown and with train?" "My son, 'tis the mist rising over the plain." (Second verse...) Good job.

Hans Poggemeyer
Aesthetics 7, Originality 7 Nice picture. You can't help have your eyes travel down the line of trees.

Paul Coco
Pollarded Willow trees at Nox, Shropshire I like it all, the subject, the composition, the various tones. Good use of B&W.

Bob Whiteman
Aesthetics 8, Originality 7 Nice perspective and great atmosphere. Excellent range of tones and lighting.

Jim Tardio
It has a wonderful, calming feel to it. Very nice.

joel faitsch
Nice... it reminds me of Arthure Rackham's pictures for Wind in the Willows

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