my last slice
February 25, 2012 § 20 Comments
Tagged: Art, fields, fog, forget, landscape, morning, nature, photo, Photograph, photography, scape, snow, winter
i think words and photo capture each other perfectly – but before this thinking, the white winter wondering feeling had already come through – marvelous
Thank you for your comment Katrien. Your blog have drawn my attention. We will cross paths soon again.
I am here – looking at your fine photos. I like this nice and simple composition and its lines. And thanks for your visit to my blog…
Thank you for your comment Truels
Fog and subtle tones. What a beautiful image. It feels like a painting or a scene out of a movie. I like this image a lot.
Thank you very much for your comment mk.
I like this composition a lot! As Karen said, the lines work very well.
Thank you F&B
I can hear the words soflty…desolate and quiet…beautiful image A!
Thank you very much Liane
Thank you for your art A….
Great shot…love the atmosphere.
Thank you hellen
It’s so sparse and beautiful. And the lines and shapes you made are too.
The image is as shot, except of the lighting ofcourse
Such beautiful subtle lines and lighting.
The lines work perfectly with your title, they way they move your eye around, searching.
Thank you karen
The shot distinctly reminds me of a dream…the mist, the layout of the field, the atmosphere, everything combines beautifully.
This is a photo that i indeed tryed ti give the mood and atmosphere of a dream i had the last few nights.
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