Monday, September 22, 2008

More Voting

Assuming this would be a subject matter of interest to you, which image would you most like to receive as a framed 8x10 piece of art?

#1



#2



#3



#4



#5



#6



Cast your vote or critique with a comment.

17 comments:

Siria said...

Hi Chritopher! They are all beautiful, but I think I like #6 the best. Then my second choice would be #1. Hope you are feeling better than last week.

lola said...

Hi Christopher, All the pics look but I think I like #3 the best. It seems to be self explanatory.

Carol said...

1 or 5. No particular reasons... just the ones I liked.

Anonymous said...

Number six.

Frances said...

Oops, didn't fill out the id. that was me voting for number six.

Frances

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I like the composition of #3 best. I like the artful way of looking at the last one.

Christopher C. NC said...

Thanks for voting ya'll. There is no clear front runner yet, so the voting can stay open til whenever.

Phillip said...

I like #3

Gayle said...

I like #3 best.

Nalani said...

Hey Christopher!!!

I like #6 the best :>

Anonymous said...

#6; it's a knockout!

bev

Kim said...

#3 - I think it has the best composition and is the most interesting.

Dave said...

I would pick Number 6

Dave

Jeremy said...

I vote for #3. I love the way the red roof pops against the muted colors of the rest of the scene.

Christopher C. NC said...

Well Dave tied it up and then Jeremy broke the tie with his vote for #3. I gave a wavering half point to second choices.

The current results:
#1 has 1 and a half.
#3 has 6 votes.
#5 has half a vote.
#6 has 5 and a half.

This just goes to show my own taste is out of sync with the majority, as usual. I was with Carol. #1 and #5 are my favorites as far as gift giving. I love you Carol.

Thanks for stopping by Jeremy. You can come back any time to correct my punctuation. I know it could use some help.

lisa said...

I like #1 the best. (But they are all frame-able!)

Blackswamp_Girl said...

I like #6 the best because it shows of the beautiful architecture and is an untraditional view of a traditional building... and then #3 is a close second. (I think it's #3 that's second--it's the vertical shot where you can kind of "feel" the height of the lighthouse looming over you that I mean to choose second, if that is a different number.)