Love it. Wish minor post processing was allowed so you could get rid of the detritus floating in the water.
Pat Curley: Congratulations on the win! Magnificent image!
I am delighted that this challenge was won by an honest entrant.
Thank you for that! :-) I found it fun trying to come up with the idea and making it happen. I have "improvements" I want to make. I'll post in my gallery if I get around to taking the pic.
Looks cool. I want to visit.
Summer comes and you're sunk. I'd say, praying for more cold. That chair won't fare so well at the bottom of the lake...now, there's an idea for a photo...
Like the image. Doesn't seem as strong of a light painting. But cool.
Good looking image. Like the choice of how you did the lighting.
The other of my top 2 votes, after mine, of course. ;-)Nice job.
Nice idea. Little busy for me, but definitely cool. In my top 2, after mine. ;-)
or something much thinner (or thicker)? I wonder if you had anything shiny black you could drill a hole thru, just underneath each lolli, individually, so the light just goes into the candy and lights everything from within???
What's the wall color there? It looks incandescent yellow-ish. I did a quick white balance and sharpening and it jumps out quite a bit more.
Personally I like the texture of the original one. To be picky, I like the angle of the clarinet better in the original, too. I like some of the brightness of this pic, seeing more depth in and around the mechanisms. Maybe mix them a bit together? I didn't see the original comments. Nice composition, though.