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    May 21, 2007


    Mick Mather

    In each of the comparative shots, it was interesting for me to discover that I was always drawn to the images where the snow had begun to fall. In each case the image and the contrast was softer and more appealing to my artistic sense. The sunlit images were sharp, crisp and terrific for, shall we say, an architectural record or documentation of the landscape. Both sets are valuable in their own way and, as said, I was somewhat surprised at at how quickly I was seduced by the more impressionist views.

    bill Ives

    Mick - Glad you liked these. I was struck by the change after we came out of the store and had to re-shot the pictures I had taken. The snow ones are more aligned with some of the images I have seen on your blog so I am not surprised your prefer them. I think I do also. However, I also like the high contrast that sun on snow makes. Bill

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