Letter to the pope:"Let your sheep graze safely"

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© Mark Schneiders
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8 responses

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (18 Mar 2010):

    I just did the same thing---Marvelous job, and suggests a story

  • Mark Schneiders

    Mark Schneiders   said (18 Mar 2010):

    well this are two pictures

  • Mark Schneiders

    Mark Schneiders   said (18 Mar 2010):

    not mirrored although it looks like it

  • Julien Maury

    Julien Maury gave props (18 Mar 2010):

    really odd couple.!

  • Julie Newton

    Julie Newton gave props (18 Mar 2010):

    Great Shot! illove this.

  • Roxana Brivent-Barnes

    Roxana Brivent-Barnes   said (1 Aug 2010):

    He he, you made my day!

  • Enric Martinez

    Enric Martinez said (29 Jul 2011):

    My critic: The composition may have been better if centered, this would however be against one of the many compositions principles as it is not considered OK to divide a picture n this way, but this obviously depends on the subject and (most importantly) the conscious intention of the author.
    There are elements that should have been taken out of the composition or that should have got the emphasis taken from them by (for instance) blurring the background.
    The contrast is good and the sharpening a bit high, but the latter is a known effect of this web site.

  • Mark Schneiders

    Mark Schneiders   said (29 Jul 2011):

    thanks enric you took the time to make a comment. One of the many composition principles?explain and please according your vision:-)

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