Comments Posted by Kez

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Oh how I've missed your work, Mr Motts!

Just wonderful.
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It's shots like these that grab my heart. The elegant grace of the staircase slowly fading away; what's left of its grandeur vanishing with time and decay. Sad, but beautiful.
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Those *really* aren't two words you want to see together...
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I've loved this poem since I was a teenager. The last stanza always hits me in the heart:

Then star nor sun shall waken,
Nor any change of light:
Nor sound of waters shaken,
Nor any sound or sight:
Nor wintry leaves nor vernal,
Nor days nor things diurnal;
Only the sleep eternal
In an eternal night.

- Absolutely beautiful words.
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...and the ones that mother gives you, don't do anything at all...
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I adore your composite photographs, Motts. This one's made my night. Thank you! **Breathes in the atmosphere**
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Wow - this one sent a rampaging shiver up my spine! What an incredible place...**goes off to gaze some more...**
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'Imposing' doesn't even come close. They're amazing.
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Ohh...this is beautiful. I want a *huge* framed print of this hanging on my living room wall!
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You closed yourself in the room to get this shot, Motts?! I think you're crackers, but I still bow down and worship the hem of your garment! (Chuffed to bits with the new galleries; best birthday prezzie a girl could wish for :)
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*Worships hem of garment* Thank you, Mr Motts <3
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I thought that too! *Slaps forehead*.
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There's an interesting juxtaposition between the evil-looking blades and the elegant curves of them. It's cruel yet graceful...
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You'd better hide it from me, Rekrats... ;) *WANTS!*
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I adore the shadows at the bottom of the chain. Beautiful stuff!