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Subject: [Leica] CALLI-IMG: The Moonlight
From: at (Douglas Sharp)
Date: Fri Jan 5 03:10:27 2007
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Hi Richard,
I definitely prefer v2.
May I suggest trying a version  taking out the thick tree trunk and 
branch on 3356_v2, just drop a vertical from where it intersects the top 
of the picture, it might look better, then I suggest converting the red 
calligraphy to a sand or beige colour (or perhaps light grey), but leave 
the chop in red.

Richard wrote:
> This is probably the most famous Chinese poem ever - if you take any 
> random Chinese anywhere in the world and they only know one Chinese 
> poem, chances are this is it. Loosely translated:
> Bright moonlight shining on the front of the bed
> I mistook it for snow covering the ground
> I turned my head up to look at the bright moon
> I tipped my head down and remembering my home village
> Let me know which version you prefer, #1, #2, or neither :-( ! Thanks. 
> Taken at the first full moon of 2007.
> Oh BTW, all of the pictures so far were taken with Leica equipments, 
> in case you wonder about that :-)
> #1
> #2
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