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Very interesting composition. How does it look with the contrast pulled down a bit? That might add more mid range tones.

Good eye and framing.

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Sam,

 

excellent presentation of different form and lines, great in its ambiguity of abstractness of form and representation of the wall as a photo.

 

Regards,

Andreas

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