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Urfaust Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1844 W: 60 N: 3004] (13317)
VIOLET
It’s known as the color of the spirit and, in effects, it acts on the unconscious one giving to spiritual force and inspiration. This color represents the medium value between earth and sky, between passion and intelligence, love and wisdom. It’s the color that the greater part of the persons refuses..
The violet is a sensitive person, than feels himself different from the mass. It’s the color of the will to be various, the metamorphosis, the transition, but also of the erotic fascination. This color expresses a pure, atavistic energy: it’s a force tied to the vitality of red and the intimate acceptation of the blue. It’s an attended coloration and precognition (not accidentally comes used in the Christian liturgy during the period of “Avvento” and of the Lent), elevates the human conscience until the attainment of the pure light white woman. Also it is associated to the prayer and to the states of alterated conscience.
The violet color is one of the colors that come outside frequently in the designs of the children. It represents the urgency to express itself.

a sunset off season.. with violet color and..
the violin of Philip Glass in his Violin Concerto mov.2




comments and critics are welcome..
ciao



p.s.
tilt is strange.. i dont know why but the shot is really that..
anyone can tell me why?
I know, it’s the usual sunset.. if u are tired.. tell me..
I have more than one to post.. ;)


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Urfaust Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1844 W: 60 N: 3004] (13317)
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Edited by:Refugee Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3317 W: 415 N: 7009] (25554)

I didnt reframe your photo but I used Corl Paint Shop Pro X and the barrel distortion correction adjustment...strength 50 and central scale preserved.

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Urfaust Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1844 W: 60 N: 3004] (13317)
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Edited by:Jens Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 555 W: 53 N: 1139] (4663)

I have rotated it a little to the left 3 degr. than I was forced to cropp it a little as well, because I dont have the original. But as you can se ther is still a little tilt, no it is not a tilt, but nerer a bend, that I think is because of your focal length. Hope you like it.
ps. I still like your shot, a my workshop is only a suggestion.
Regards from
Jens.
ps. I am sorry, but my english isent that good, my danish is much better.