Sunken Treasure

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  1. The choice of the progression of frames is wonderful. Not to read too much into it, but 75% of the frame space is dedicated to the rumination and brooding beneath murky waters. By the time she surfaces for air, the reader feels the need to breathe as well. The 25% of resolving space and pastel colors in the sunset gives a moment of pause and rest, but the promise of future development as we track her journey. This is very well done. Your work is evolving.

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    1. Thank you, sir. This is certainly something I’ve wanted to touch on for some time now, but nothing ever really came together satisfactorily until now. And that promise of development at the end was certainly by design. I wanted this to have gravity but a tinge of hope as well. 🙂

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