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Dancing in autumn light

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We were walking early one morning in Centennial Park, Sydney (Australia) when we came upon a girl exercising, saluting the sun. The autumn light was streaming over her through the mist rising from the lake. Daphne captured the magical moment.

Posted by Dominic Gonzalvez at April 26, 2004 04:57 PM

Very nice!!

I'm a sucker for a spot of red in an otherwise muted color pallet. One of my favorite Winslow Homer paintings has just a dot of red in a corner but it makes the otherwise monochrome of the gathering seaside storm even more dramatic.

I'm also a sucker for shadows and like the girl's contribution to the array provided by the trees.

Posted by: Don at April 30, 2004 07:52 PM
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