Projekt 52/39: Magic

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39: Magic

Topic 39: Magic

Magicians like to let objects float in the air using (nearly) invisible threads, and nature has been doing that for a long time, too – like this leaf in the remains of a spiderweb.


  1. S

    Tolles Bild!

  2. c

    heheh … Supper gemacht
    das HG gefällt mir nicht unbedingt ..
    aberw enigsten dadurch wird der Betrachter auf das Wesentliche abgelenkt

  3. c


    czoczo, meinst du die Nachbearbeitung des Hintergrunds oder den Hintergrund an sich? Ersteres hab ich eben wegen der Hervorhebung und der Verdeutlichung, dass das Blatt von den anderen unabhängig ist, gemacht, letzteres kann man sich selten aussuchen. :)

  4. DC

    Das hast du gut gesehen. Schönes Bild.
    LG Claudi

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