Day 6 Painting til Dawn

Now that I see this on the computer, I see several necessary tweaks. It’s interesting how that happens when you photograph a painting or artwork. It tends to point things out that you some how miss when looking directly at it. I suppose there is a scientific explanation for it. Perhaps something to do with the way the eye sees each of them. Perhaps something to do with how a photograph, especially a digital one effects the look of a surface.

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