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    The slit - by Luis Mariano González Photography #photo #foto #b #black #white #black white #black and white #noir et blanc #zwart-wit #schwarz und weib #preto e branco #blanco y negro #B

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    10) The eye is one of the main emphasis of this painting. Its like a black dot in the middle of the white canvass. The hands are another emphasis of this picture as you look down the middle you can see the shadow that the hands are casting really add more detail to the hand at the bottom. The doors on both side are also emphasis because of the eye and the hands in the middle it splits the picture into two halves so the whiteness of the door is very prominent.

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