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This is the last of my recent graffiti shots and is rather more abstract than the other shots. This one was taken at the intersection between two pieces; i.e. where two different pieces meet and overlap. As with the other shots this one also has quite an unusual luminence and again, this is probably a consequence of the even but bright lighting and the metallic paints used for this piece of art.

On the whole I think I prefer the other four shots to this one, as they were about the art as well as the peculial colour and light, but I do quite like the abstract nature of this image.

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Canon G5
2.16pm on 30/4/04
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4x3 + graffiti
comment by Tudy at 02:12 PM (GMT) on 22 May, 2004

Geeze.. where have I been? Ive missed your last half dozen or so shots.. and they are truely great images.. I love this one but your grungy light bulb was my favorite. Im really amazed at how truely artistic some of this graffiti is. Sometimes I think its a waste of talent but hey.. they probably get more exposure then I ever would with my watercolors stuck in a folder in the cellar. lol Really nice work.

comment by andry at 06:46 PM (GMT) on 22 May, 2004

beautiful colour ...

i must try to give a shot like this..

comment by djn1 at 07:14 AM (GMT) on 23 May, 2004

Tudy and Andry: thanks.

comment by m a z i a r at 04:25 PM (GMT) on 23 May, 2004

excellent composition + colours

comment by Tom B at 03:20 AM (GMT) on 24 May, 2004

Not sure where you continue to find this stuff but as long as it is not on my building I find it great to look at. 8-)

Not sure if you bumped up the color saturation but this really pops on my screen.

Nicely done.

comment by Marie-madeleine at 02:12 PM (GMT) on 9 November, 2004

Hi David,

It is not a comment I want to add after seeing your, beautiful would be a huge euphemism, pictures, but a feeling : you show England as a colourful country, much more than some would dare to imagine...

Marie-Madeleine @ athomeinparis@softhome.net