Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/05/06

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Subject: [Leica] There is more to light than how bright it is...
From: chmphoto at (Clive Moss)
Date: Thu May 6 22:07:44 2004
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B. D. Colen said the following on 5/6/2004 6:22 PM:

> That's not an antidote, Andrew, it's your opinion. 
For every antidote is there a dote?
If the fact that color exists in the perceived world negates monochrome 
as an art form, does the fact that the perceived world is three 
dimensional negate two dimensional art forms?
Should we all become sculptors -- and eschew marble as being monochrome?
Painted papier mache puppetry forever!

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