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What's Wrong with this Image?

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Tomm, May 3, 2019.

  1. com7fy8

    com7fy8 Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States
    Well, in case they are cassettes, the packaging might be different sizes. But > if they all are tape cassettes, this is a problem. This could mean they are out-of-date, like books can be becoming out-of-date. What has helped make books out-of-date is now out-of-date!! And a warehouse is full of them. And what makes them out-of-date will become out-of-date. DVD's are going. And CD's are being replaced. So, all that stuff on warehouse shelves can be there, but not used. They invested in making all that, made buildings for holding it all . . . and they might not even have time to throw it out before the next thing comes to get their attention.

    It's like the news. A big issue comes, but the next day it is outdated by yet another item of issue demanding our attention. There are so many things; we just put them on the shelves of our memory, but then move on to some next one. We might not even notice how we forgot the last one, did not even make a choice to do this.
  2. com7fy8

    com7fy8 Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States
    May be it is that no one has time to listen to or view them all.

    And we have to pay for those things, so we can get the attention of whoever makes them.

    Why can't we enjoy loving attention with people we actually know? Instead, we might be buying the attention of what someone is making in order to get our money, when we could be having honey with someone we can get to know and love.
  3. nonaeroterraqueous

    nonaeroterraqueous Nonexistent Member

    United States
    Here's another picture of the same building:


    Do you see the glass floors yet? (Look at the people in the upper right corner)

    It's a library. Like I said, it's known as Mexico City's Biblioteca Vasconcelos. Those are, in fact, books.
    Last edited: May 3, 2019
  4. New Birth

    New Birth Well-Known Member

    United States
    I still dont see anything wrong with the picture.
  5. Jonathan Mathews

    Jonathan Mathews Well-Known Member

    All the shadows. God is light. Shadows have no God in them. Where there's no God, there is sin.

    This is quite a sinful photo.
  6. Hank77

    Hank77 Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States
    Biblioteca Vasconcelos

    Google has a lot of images of the inside. It's really quite interesting and would accommodate a lot of people. There is even a dinosaur of sorts. ;)
  7. ProGoddess

    ProGoddess Daughter of My Lord

    It is a very nice library. :)
  8. Tomm

    Tomm Christian Supporter

    If you think so, then you have been too accustomed to modern design.


    It's so cold and unwelcoming; moreover, it is insulting knowledge and learning because it makes a library look like a warehouse or factory.

    This is what a library should look like:


    It is warm and welcoming.
  9. The Barbarian

    The Barbarian Crabby Old White Guy

    United States
    The symmetry is a problem; in general, the "Rule of Thirds" is a good guide. Imagine a tic-tac-toe board superimposed on your image. The point of interest should be at one of of the points where lines intersect.

    The strength of your image is strong converging lines. If you combine that with the rule of thirds, it would be a much more intreresting image.