The Cuttings

Edward Fielding

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02/16/2013

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Dallas, TX - United States

Nice shot... love the effect the lines are giving off... v

Fruita, CO - United States

the rings and the cut lines give this image movement. very cool b/w image.

Munster - Ireland

Nicely composed ..

Stroud, Gl - United Kingdom

Lovely abstract, looks good in black and white. v

Dallas, TX - United States

Beautiful design!

Missouri City, TX - United States

fabulous! love the tones! v

Epping, NH - United States

very pretty shot of all the pieces and the age of this tree is clearly there for all to see Great Job v/f

Florence - Italy

Another great one! V.

ANNECY - France

Great logs composition..!

Rome, RM - Italy

I like this composition with a lot of straight and circular guide lines. good job V

Mesa, AZ - United States

Great design - the repeated patterns are wonderful. Love all the textures. The black and white works well with the shadows and lighting. Love this!

Baton Rouge, La - United States

That's awesome -- what neat design they make! v

Londrigan, Vi - Australia

Nice black and white textural image of these slabs of lumber. A blokey still life! (bloke - Australian slang for man)

Tacoma, WA - United States

Nice!

Puyallup, WA - United States

Very cool!!! Well done

Greensboro, NC - United States

Cool shot!

Manigotagan, MB - Canada

Great capture! v mm

Fort Myers, FL - United States

Fabulous closeup of these logs.

Victoria, TX - United States

fantastic photography and presentation...we can count the rings and estimate the age...v

London, Mi - United Kingdom

Nicely done B&W logs composition!

Leicester, le - United Kingdom

Great work

Southampton, Ha - United Kingdom

Great mono rounds

Leland, IL - United States

enjoyed this image the most of the series .

Vildbjerg - Denmark

Wonderful design.

Edward Fielding replied:

Thanks Odd. This was a perfect example of making instead of taking a photo. I though of this in my early morning dream state and then went out to to wood pile with the chain saw, cut the pieces and then arrange them in the studio.

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