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communicating emotion

May 11, 2006

a great deal of our communication is done electronically today.
we often use symbols, smileys, emoticons to convey our feelings!

Today's challenge: emotions

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Guest 09-Nov-2006 22:58
You're a master of storytelling!!
Bill Harris02-Jun-2006 19:45
Love the exclamation mark! Witty and brilliant! oh there's another one.. whoops!
Ray :)19-May-2006 16:03
I like the contrast in this photo.
I find communicating emotions electronically very difficult. There is nothing to touch a real conversation.
Guest 12-May-2006 13:14
Gorgeous image, and you have beautiful fingernails. :)
Guest 12-May-2006 07:20
Very nice high key image, ... that communicates well the emotion.
carol j. phipps12-May-2006 02:42
Effective use of B/W.
Yvonne12-May-2006 01:49
Very intense - well captured!
De'Carr Studio12-May-2006 00:07
So bold and graphic, Faye. Great contrast for this shot. Vote
Guest 11-May-2006 22:49
Creative! Love this. Awesome in b+w,and classy. .
that Mont Blanc sure is nice.
Carole Stevens11-May-2006 21:36
Great idea Faye wish I could have thought of this one for emotions! Its beautiful perfect nails too!
Steve Price11-May-2006 21:19
Excellent shot.
Jola Dziubinska11-May-2006 19:11
Exquisite work, Faye.
Bill Harris11-May-2006 17:09
Beautifully shot, controlled and processed Faye.
J. Scott Coile11-May-2006 16:24
I eagerly anticipate each new B&W. How's that for emotion ;)
beverley harrison11-May-2006 15:16
beautifully done as usual faye!
Sheila11-May-2006 13:48
Very good idea, well presented.
Have to correct antidote though, the challenge subject wasn't mine!
Guest 11-May-2006 13:44
Another strong image, Faye
Very well done
Guest 11-May-2006 13:01
There are those fingernails again! The previous comment, about the high key effect, is something I think about often. Your highlights don't have detail; they seem burned out. That adds a lot to the "emotion", the impact of the picture. Do you do that on purpose? In a way, a more "simple" image such as thing, without distracting detail, can work. This one does for me.
Guest 11-May-2006 12:59
nice one faye...boy did sheila pick a hard topic this week. :)
Deepak11-May-2006 12:29
This is brilliant.Liked the high key treatment
Scott Browne11-May-2006 12:27
Excellent job, Faye.