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Great PaulVDV 2020-12-08 8:49

Hello Ike,
Many fiery red lines create a superb background.
Despite the red splash in the sky, the skyscrapers and houses do not look like silhouettes, but they are clearly visible and with details.
I like the rows of houses on the foreground that lead our eyes to the highrise and the splendid sky.
The last tower building at the back right reflects the colours of the sky and other buildings wonderfully.
Maybe an idea to have a look there someday. But as you wrote, you cannot plan such a scene in advance.
PS: Is your lockdown over? And has it produced good results?
Best regards, Paul

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Old 12-08-2020, 04:59 PM
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Thanks for your critique, Paul.
As for your question, the lockdown was over a month ago, it was deliberately (and politically-wise) meant to be during the Jewish holidays season. But, we face a third lockdown during the three-religions holidays coming these 3 weeks. Also, we face a lockdown as soon as our PM, Bibi, will have to go to his trial, coming early February - all about this issue, a lockdown is best medicin for that...
My harsh humor, merely.
Again, thanks and good evening,
Ike
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Old 12-08-2020, 10:32 PM
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Thank you Ike,

But why do you fear a lockdown when your PM has to go to his trial ?

All the best!
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