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cality Dec 2, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
This is very pretty indeed! I agree with *TightWaisted - it definitely has a Christmassy feel. :D
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Invocabit Dec 2, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Perhaps I'll make more Christmassy type of pictures once the snow arrives :)
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cality Dec 2, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
That would be nice! :la:
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TightWaisted Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You've managed to make an image that I would initially think to be quite cold and harsh (due to the autumnal almost bare bushed) in to something warm. Your editing skills are certainly getting better and better with each photograph. Oh, and it looks Christmassy too.
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Invocabit Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'll let you in on a secret (lol); this is a blend of two pictures, which in the past would have been done by double exposing film. The original picture of the trees was very creepy and it was kinda nice but I didn't like it enough to share it by itself. Then I blended it with another shot from a rainy window which added all the Christmassy sparkly stuff that you see and it became something unique. I guess it was an attempt to create something which is a both creepy and pretty at the same time.
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Ailime-May Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The image is wonderful... and yet the description sounds creepy. Are you a man of faith?
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Invocabit Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The description is a joke actually :D It's meant to make the picture seem more interesting than it really is. I was hoping people would try and find something creepy in it, which - to my knowledge - there isn't really.

I am not religious no ;) Quite the opposite. I believe in art, music, friendship and love. That's it I think.
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Ailime-May Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I know the feeling :lol:. I don't believe in paranormal activity, and yet I find it highly fascinating :D but even so, I am orthodox. :D
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Invocabit Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
In some countries religion is more important than in others and it really depends on your upbringing too. I'm glad it's slowly disappearing from my country, more and more people see that they can live their life in their own way. They don't need a fairytale book and a preacher to tell them what life is and how to live it. That being said, I do think that some people find something useful in religion and for that reason I don't want to personally attack anyone for it :) My parents are religious (well my mother mainly) and therefore I was baptised as a child and then later I did my communion and all that. At some point when I developed I just realized that it wasn't for me and I don't believe in any of it. As a result of that I now think it's pretty bad to bring up a child into a religion when they don't really have a choice. I would never do that to my kid, if I ever have one. I respect freedom too much and I wouldn't want to force anything on anyone. Each time I ask my parents now why they baptised me their answer is "it was the normal thing to do in our community".. that's the best answer they have. They are sheep, I am the wolf.
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Ailime-May Nov 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Faith is a powerfull thing, though. If you truly belive in something it comes true and I have seen many coincidences and things as such. I was baptised as a child too, but I never had a pious family. Even now, I rarely go to the church and I'm not very found of clerics. I've been through a lot of denial phases, but I finally concluded that I shold stick with the orthodoxy. I don't think that religion is something to argue about, there is no such thing as the right path. I was interested in agnosticism once, stupid of me. If a person grew up as an atheist then it shoud remain so, it applies for the others as well. I don't think that there is a god who would punish a person for beeing born into the wrong family. It is all about being good, it dosen't matter if one acts in the name of god or something else. I've done things that are forbidden, but as long as it dosen't hurt anyone I don't really care. The most honorable thing to do is to respect my family's decision.
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