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photoblog image Signs of life... 1.

Signs of life... 1.


Seen in passing, in  Various states of southwestern U.S.A.

Signs of life... 1.


Seen in passing, in  Various states of southwestern U.S.A.

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smile Great collage / montage (did we ever decide the difference?)! You did good to catch these while I was driving 100mph! smile
Frank L Croston.: Pay attention,Buckalew! Thee of them I'm walking,One is in a cafe, the other we were in a line of traffic....smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Nov 2013, 07:58
Excellent stuff Frank: a fine collection of what I suppose are foreign signs
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Chris,well,American....smile
montage
  Use Montage in a sentence
mon·tage
[mon-tahzh; French mawn-tazh] Show IPA noun, plural mon·tag·es [mon-tah-zhiz; French mawn-tazh] Show IPA , verb, mon·taged [mon-tahzhd] Show IPA , mon·tag·ing [mon-tah-zhing] Show IPA .
noun
1.
the technique of combining in a single composition pictorial elements from various sources, as parts of different photographs or fragments of printing, either to give the illusion that the elements belonged together originally or to allow each element to retain its separate identity as a means of adding interest or meaning to the composition. Compare collage ( def 1 ) .
2.
photomontage.
3.
Movies, Television.
a.
juxtaposition or partial superimposition of several shots to form a single image.
b.
a technique of film editing in which this is used to present an idea or set of interconnected ideas.
4.
any combination of disparate elements that forms or is felt to form a unified whole, single image, etc.
verb (used with object)
5.
to make or incorporate into a montage.

collage
  Use Collage in a sentence
col·lage
[kuh-lahzh, koh-] Show IPA noun, verb, col·laged, col·lag·ing.
noun
1.
a technique of composing a work of art by pasting on a single surface various materials not normally associated with one another, as newspaper clippings, parts of photographs, theater tickets, and fragments of an envelope.
2.
a work of art produced by this technique. Compare assemblage ( def 3 ) .
3.
an assemblage or occurrence of diverse elements or fragments in unlikely or unexpected juxtaposition: The experimental play is a collage of sudden scene shifts, long monologues, musical interludes, and slapstick.
4.
a film that presents a series of seemingly unrelated scenes or images or shifts from one scene or image to another suddenly and without transition.
verb (used with object)
5.
to make a collage of: The artist has collaged old photos, cartoon figures, and telephone numbers into a unique work of art.
Anyway whichever one it is I like thisgrin
Frank L Croston.: You a bit bored today,Bill? Glad you like it anyway. smile
A very fine COLLAGE Frank, a real mix of subjects. Bill's about right, a montage is where elements of two or more images are mixed together to make one single image. You could pass that information on to Ms.Buckalew who will think you a very learned fellow smile
Frank L Croston.: She's spent five weeks with me, Brian,she certainly wouldn't believe that! smile Thanks.
Great idea !
Frank L Croston.: Thank you.
Hot tomato cafe sounds like it is worth a visit.
Frank L Croston.: I thought so, Michael.
Funny collage for a Saturday Frank..
Frank L Croston.: Glad you like it.
An amusing montage frank
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Sarah.

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