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Great holmertz 2020-05-29 3:03

Hello Malgo,
I didn't need to read the note to know what inspired you to show this photo. This maze looks much more difficult than the one shown by Jean, but hers looks nicer and more playful with softer and rounder shapes. You found a very good angle for this photo, and although the colours and pattern are attractive it's the man that makes the composition really interesting.
Best wishes,
Gert

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Old 05-29-2020, 10:29 AM
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Hi Gert,
Thanks for your words, "Jean's maze" may look nicer but believe me, more playful is to be inside when you do not see over the walls. . It is quite a big difference. I have an experience. I was inside a few mazes, also in the famous Hampton Court. Do you know it: http://www.authorama.com/three-men-in-a-boat-6.html
Begin with the words: Harris asked me if I’d ever been in the maze at Hampton Court.
Have you see the last Workshop picture?
Have a nice day

MAlgo
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Old 05-29-2020, 01:23 PM
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Hello,
I hadn't seen the extra WS before, but I never doubted you were there. And obviously you found your way out.
It was probably around 60 years since I read Three men in a boat, but I vaguely remembered this story when i read it again now.
Cheers,
Gert
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