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Welcome To The Abbey

Posted by
P J W Miller (Chase Terrace, United Kingdom) on 6 May 2009 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Something a little different. A Hungarian Violin player at the Abbey for your enjoyment. Come out of the darkness and into the colourful interior of this superb building.

Does it work? I don't know, it's just an experiment in expressionism. There are actually three parts to the image. The main element is the mono exterior and colour interior, the Hungarian is from near Balaton and was playing at a garden party and the sky is stolen from a recently posted image of a church.

Your honest opinion is welcomed thank you and in return you shall have mine.

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Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Well, I think it works very well as a good collage well done. It's a funny invitation to enter in the enclosure of the abbey :)

6 May 2009 6:36am

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

A wonderfully composed and processed image Peter. Full of romance and music!

6 May 2009 7:20am

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

works for me.. as usual, excellent processing..

6 May 2009 7:26am

khadi from New Delhi, India

While I think the abbey photo is strong enough to stand on it's own the violin player definitelyGre does add interest to image. Great collage.

6 May 2009 7:34am

Mike from Lichfield, United Kingdom

It puts a smile on my face so I'd say the photo works.

6 May 2009 7:34am

Bill from Bay Area Northern California, United States

such a great window to frame a portrait - the detail is fantastic, yet not distracting to the main event (the musician) - great image!

6 May 2009 7:38am

Godo from Barcelona, Spain

It looks to me from a tourism leaflet.
It's funny and a nice collage work
Who did say that the photography must be serious?
;o)

6 May 2009 7:47am

k@ from Paris, France

Oh, this is very funny ! And his smile so kind ! :))

6 May 2009 8:28am

Ravi from Bangalore, India

Liked the composition. Very innovative.

6 May 2009 8:47am

Hidalgo from Herunen, Finland

History, architecture and music, nice combination. Very nice shot.

6 May 2009 8:49am

Sof from Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Quel charmeur...

6 May 2009 9:24am

Craig@Random Ramblings from Herts, United Kingdom

It's a fun image, I don't think I could have put this together so well, all that blending would drive me insane!

6 May 2009 9:25am

Veronelle from Lens, France

very good work, artistical and imaginative

6 May 2009 9:26am

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

He he! brilliant work Pete, this made me smile :D

6 May 2009 9:51am

shoti from Everywhere in the, Philippines

works for me Pete! for a second, I believed that this photo was just a single image with different exposures combined.. but there was something strange with the man, he looked out of place hehe

anyway, great work of art man.

6 May 2009 11:31am

Lee from Fort Frances Ontario, Canada

You have processed this image perfectly. A job well done.

6 May 2009 11:46am

Mohamadreza from Tehran, Iran

Gorgeous shot.

6 May 2009 12:25pm

Onlymehdi from Wayne, United States

beautiful shot, wow

6 May 2009 1:24pm

Scott Schilling from San Martin, United States

This is great work - very nice processing and great creativity! I like it!

6 May 2009 1:39pm

Amir from Tehran, Iran

Nice processing, if I am not mistaken. Lovely

6 May 2009 2:17pm

Mariana from waterloo, Canada

SUPER ! What a cool place to catch that lovely musician !

6 May 2009 2:23pm

Don from spokane, United States

I think it's a fine experimental image. I especially like how the player seems to be appear in 3D. Nice one.

6 May 2009 2:50pm

hugo poon from hong kong, Hong Kong

Oh Peter, what a surprise!!! Never expected such a joyful and lively image from this series... but it's really lovely!:-) Beautiful catch!!!

6 May 2009 4:02pm

Ajay from Pune, India

The way you've composed it almost looks like a photo frame on the wall. Amazing contrast of wall and the background.

6 May 2009 4:45pm

Ted from South Wales, United Kingdom

Sorry Peter...not for me. Not sure whether it is the clash of the three or his cheesy stance...but I applaud you for pushing the boundaries!!

6 May 2009 5:26pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Terrific capture. Superb processing.

6 May 2009 5:27pm

Hema Iyer from Bangalore, India

I like it. Very nice composition. Keep experimenting:)

6 May 2009 6:53pm

observing from North West, United Kingdom

Ermm... this has left me speechless :-0

6 May 2009 7:25pm

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

So sweet! :) I love this.

6 May 2009 8:10pm

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Love the composition.

6 May 2009 8:42pm

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

A very welcoming shot , you should suggest it to the tourism office of the place...

6 May 2009 9:32pm

Vinman from Essex, United Kingdom

At first glance I didnt realise it was a merged image but looking at it closely it does have a Terry Gilliam/Monty Python-esque feel to it. I keep expecting his mouth to open and head to spin around!

6 May 2009 10:48pm

Bookfool from Mississippi, United States

I think it works. I did wonder if it was a combination of images, mostly because it's hard to get the lighting right in three different places.

7 May 2009 1:10am

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

What a great capture! I just love this!

7 May 2009 3:17am

One from Açores, Portugal

What magnificent capture ! An excellent work and a great creativity !

7 May 2009 4:01am

Ram from Bangalore, India

Too Good... Lovely portrait. I love the Framing.

7 May 2009 7:24am

xavier cardell from menorca-barcelona, Spain

I must say that if you blured the edges og the violin player it'd work better. Nice job anyway

7 May 2009 12:22pm

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

Beyond excellent, PJ.

8 May 2009 11:43am

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

Fabulous! :)

19 May 2009 5:48pm