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Author 'Jacques.marcandelli' (Id 90075 ) : A "collection of strange animals in a Balinese temple. The sculptures are made in very soft volcanic rock (remember that Bali has 2 or 3 active volcanoes, for such a small island that is not bad ...).

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> Annie.reymondie [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 20, 2009
I love this' zoom 'on the details of the temple and the commentary that accompanies it. You should go see rework Marcel: 18:.
> Annie.reymondie [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 20, 2009
I'm happy to discover the Balinese temples. I went a few years ago but in order to fill a container of furniture: 13:; I do not see much of this country!
> Marcel >Reply Jul 19, 2009
A crop that would remove the small window on the right would be my preference. A picture of this kind, with as much detail, is always difficult to fit. The ideal is to take a view or two, and then linger on close-ups.
 > Author Jacques.marcandelli [G] [P] [C] >Reply
Jul 20, 2009
Hello Marcel. I have great respect for the quality of the editing that you did in this picture (technically it's perfect: I could not not do it ...). As many photos as you touch up according to your wishes no problem. By against me I am not for any edits other than technical (correct perceptions, putting the horizon level, and in my case a little help from 'débruiteur' NOISEWARE regards scanned photos). As soon as it is against removing son, characters, cropped to remove a troublesome detail, given a blue sky, forcing the colors I'm more cautious because I believe that if an element exists in nature or in architecture I do not feel entitled to 'remove'. Still not see any criticism, it's just 'my' feeling for 'my' time use. Artistic freedom always brings therefore a 'good touch'.
> Nathea >Reply Jul 18, 2009
Interesting story, I did not know this beautiful sculpture carved well, thank you for this photo.
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