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by Margaret Castoria

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Face-Off Statistics

Number of face-offs: 27

Won
37%
Lost
26%
Drawn
37%

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  • 15/04 2010
    03:21

    Erik C Dunne

    Margaret, absolutely love this image, its haunting and sureal. I agree with the comment on the "opacity" of the "old timers" if the effect is to be "ghostly", none the less, its a pwerful image and very original! 5++, by the way,thanks so much for stoppin
  • 29/03 2010
    10:48

    Latrenia Bryant

    Ghostly indeed ... AWESOME!
  • 28/03 2010
    04:55

    Margaret Castoria

    Thank you Ata
  • 24/03 2010
    05:52

    Oksana Podrez

    I'm fine now, Margaret. Thank you=)
  • 23/03 2010
    09:44

    Margaret Castoria

    Hi Oksana; I haven't heard from you in a while and I hope all has been well with you. Thank you for your comment.
  • 23/03 2010
    06:28

    Oksana Podrez

    I like this one very much Margaret. Like all of the details and atmospere of this place. Like how you put it all together. Like this old photos... like like like=)) 5*
  • 23/03 2010
    11:03

    Margaret Castoria

    Thank you SaraH and Brian. Looking at the past is my comfort zone. I appreciate your comments.
  • 23/03 2010
    08:21

    Sarah Haras

    All those lined up people look very ghostly, it gives the image a great effect.
  • 21/03 2010
    01:07

    Margaret Castoria

    Thank you Ed, I can't tell you how many versions I have of this image. Even with a purple glow around the old timers. And, yes, my aim was to make them appear ghostly. In another image I have them at a different perspective, but, that made them seem s
  • 21/03 2010
    10:35

    Ed Oliver

    Another thought provoking image. I prefer the lighting and the tone of the house in this one, but overall I like the last image a touch more. Maybe tone the foreground people with a similar colour to the mid-ground shrubbery and trees and lower the opacit