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The Passing

The Critique:

Movement captured by someone passing, splits light into patterns that add a sense of motion and mystery to the shot. Even though he is almost out of the frame, the man is riveting in his environment which is a mix of reality and reflected reality. The man is enclosed in inner space while the table and chairs reside in the outer realm – counterbalancing on the other edge of the frame. Looking closely reveals spatial relationships. Wonderful lines and shapes that mimic those in the art work add to the visual interest found here. Colors are vibrant with a sense of life happening.

What I have learned:

I’ve learned that sometimes I have no idea why something catches my eye and demands that I shoot. But when I see the shot, I’m glad I took it.

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On point.
We have the technological power and engineering skills to save our planet, to cure disease, to feed the hungry, to end war; but we lack the intellectual vision, the ability to change our minds. We must decondition ourselves from 10,000 years of bad behavior. And, it’s not easy.
~ Terence McKenna


(Artwork by: Rafał Olbiński)
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💗 the color and the shades that's merging to become one hell of a beautiful picture.
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Hey guys, just another blog.
Do read it and hope you guys like it :D


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Can't wait for season 4 ...
Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat: ‘I feel guilty making Sherlock fans wait so long’
We need more, STEVE!


By Anna Lewis 
Acting Associate Editor
Thursday, 12 March 2015

Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat has admitted he does feel a bit guilty about making fans wait so long for new episodes of the show.

Since the detective series, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, first aired in 2010 there have been just three, triple-episode series.

Steven, who co-writes the show with Mark Gatiss, said: “The appetite for Sherlock is wonderful.

“I feel slightly guilty that we may have exacerbated the appetite through starvation because we make so few of them over so much time. But it’s incredibly rewarding that each time we come back it’s so rapturously received.”

But the writer and producer revealed if they had made more episodes of the hit show, they probably would not be able to persuade Benedict and Martin to stay on as Sherlock and Watson.

Steven said: “It makes it last longer, that’s for sure. If we’d done it at the normal rate, which would be six to 12 every year or every two years, we’d be finished by now and we’d never get hold of Benedict and Martin again.

“So it’s certainly kept it going, and it’s nice that we don’t wear it all out. It’s still quite fresh even though it’s a few years old now.”

http://www.heatworld.com/2015/03/steven-moffat-i-feel-guilty-making-sherlock-fans-wait-so-long#.VQHmUp8QHqA
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"Even the smallest person can change the course of the future"
- Galadriel, Lady of Lórien

Concept art from the early design phases of The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle-earth.
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LOL
Haha!
Hope ZAYN will still invite HARRY!

#onedirection   #zaynmalik   #harrystyles  
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