|07/21/2011 11:52:31 PM|
by absproComment by adigitalromance:
Nice and simple. A beautiful way to draw attention to something we might pass every day and not notice.
|07/20/2011 09:43:20 AM|
|07/20/2011 03:48:05 AM|
by absproComment by bspurgeon:
I can get lost in these plants. Gentle. Inviting. A lovely place to lay down and daydream.
|07/18/2011 12:11:44 PM|
|07/17/2011 03:59:27 PM|
|07/16/2011 11:41:00 PM|
by absproComment by bvy:
Sharp strands of grass against bubbly bokeh. Effective in capturing the imagination for a moment. Nice.
|07/16/2011 04:23:39 PM|
by absproComment by mariuca:
Ha, ha, great title for the Buddhist in Ben's! Very, very clever. The image though does not convince me, even if it's his.Perhaps the background is too dark ... perhaps the reeds do not flow with the wind ....
A good point for the approach.
|07/16/2011 01:42:45 PM|
by absproComment by tnun:
Well, I hope you're happy! (Or ataraxic). I've had to look things up and rethink this whole detachment/stoic/apathetic business; clearly I need to find a different lens ...
|07/16/2011 07:31:37 AM|
|07/13/2011 08:42:37 PM|
by absproComment by EL-ROI:
I love tree shots and I think you did good here. You got the right angle and perspective on the tree. It is a hair off of rule of thirds for composition which detracts. You are also running into the same problem I have around here... lone trees in the field with a tree line in the background. The best solitary tree shots are shot with a very bare background and great sky!
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