washing on the line by juliettecorvett (1182)
crhieatt (5347) 2010-09-21 17:10
At the washing line!
I rather like this too. Perhaps becasue the view is a little "off" !! ;-) - a little off the beaten track.
There are those - if they could be bothered to write - who'd say that this is a shot which tells us nothing. But, whether by intention or by accident it's packed with symbolic possibilities, tensions and histories - should one chose to wander down such an avenue.
window by juliettecorvett (1182)
crhieatt (5347) 2010-09-21 17:03
There's definitely something here. A mood of peeling paint and weathered wood, somehow echoed by the "old fashioned" nature of the net curtain, a different sort of pattern altogether.
To the washing line!!
El dia que me quieras by iainsp (2626)
crhieatt (5347) 2010-09-05 16:29
Another cool shot which, again, gains atmosphere from the high iso - at least in my view!
It hovers somewhere between reality, 1950s poster, and a posed model in a wax-work museum - that would be the Tango waxwork Museum. You might just be in the ideal place to start such a venture - but don't, it would be madness!
northern crossing by BennyV (13538)
crhieatt (5347) 2010-09-05 16:24
Hard to say exactly why this one appeals - but it does!
The art style presentation turns what could be a rejected snap shot (in someone else's camera) into, well, into a piece of art, and we are forced to look, forced to consider. To me, this is a valuable technique. I like the result.
in the forest by wolf38 (30118)
crhieatt (5347) 2010-09-05 16:19
Oh yes! :-)
Comes across like a shot with wild PP - only without the PP - just a keen eye - and a photographer hiding half in a tree, half in a model woman! ;-) They get everywhere!!