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A teared newspaper, not easy to read.

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The power of simplicity
Art of the Mundane (Aug 29 2011)

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news, paper, tear, blur, letters, fray, white, fading, macro, close

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Bob is especially interested in ‘the soul’ of the things without one, the expressiveness of the lifeless, the essence of material….. macro photography, ‘things’ in particular.
‘Things’ don’t have the tendency to walk away, to fly, to move, to have a meaning, are always present and do not complex, have patience, don’t nag etc. etc….. As Bob wrote in his profile… “I like it simple!”…

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  • Bluesrose
    Bluesroseabout 3 years ago

    brilliant!

  • don’t make me blush… thanks!

    – Bob Daalder

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTabout 3 years ago

    fab shot

  • thanks Sylvia…

    – Bob Daalder

  • Clo Sed
    Clo Sedabout 3 years ago

    oh, I love that
    mysterious
    and as all news they never last

  • thanks for such a wise and lovely comment!

    – Bob Daalder

  • JanT
    JanTabout 3 years ago

    I like this. The shallow depth of field and focal point lend interest and a certain emotional story.

  • Thanks Jan for the lovely words you just wrote!

    – Bob Daalder

  • Jen Wahl
    Jen Wahlabout 3 years ago

    Love the shallow dof here. The high key works so well with your comp and imagery.

  • Thanks to you too Jen… again more lovely words… very much appreciated!

    – Bob Daalder

  • mmargot
    mmargotabout 3 years ago

    Wonderful work, and “reads” like the carnage that is in The News … beutiful and highly appropriate!

  • So much lovely, wonderful words in the last 30 minutes… thank you very much Margot!

    – Bob Daalder

  • Melissa D. Johnston
    Melissa D. Joh...about 3 years ago

    Wonderful!!!!

  • Thanks Melissa, very much appreciated!

    – Bob Daalder

  • fourthangel
    fourthangelabout 3 years ago

  • this is a great honor! thanks, much appreciated…

    – Bob Daalder

  • tenzil
    tenzilabout 3 years ago

    Excellent work … congratulations on the feature.

  • thanks for the kind words….

    – Bob Daalder

  • AliciaYoungken
    AliciaYoungkenabout 3 years ago

    Beautiful blur!

  • that’s when I look best ;)… thanks for the compliment!

    – Bob Daalder

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