Waterlellies make me always think at Claude Monet! This are not at is garden in France but at a public garden in Den Haag.
The last weeks i'm looking at my gallery with a critic eye and trying to improve some posts. On this one i used a diferent crop and balanced the light
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carper (96) 2009-09-28 10:56
mooie foto Kik,
goede scherpte, fraaie compositie, uitstekkend fotowerk hier.
COSTANTINO (69678) 2009-09-28 11:00
A delicate and sensitive shot well done and well seen
A photo with waterlillies,a perfect picture with beauty and art,bravo
pajaran (65784) 2009-09-28 11:00
Pozdrav sa balkana iz Cuprije.
Dobra fotografija preovaladvajucih boja i ostrine snimka.
Lepo pokazani cvetovi.
Sve najbolje i uspeh u daljem radu, Paja.
Waylim (25436) 2009-09-28 13:01
Ah, yes it is very inspirational. We can easily understand Renoir can ended up with so many master pieces of this subject. Very lovely shot here with great details, rich colors and beautiful lgiht, a composition that Renoir would have approve of. Excellent. Thanks.
Cathy (335) 2009-09-28 21:59
Beautiful colours of the pink and white flowers. The colour in the water also complements the picture as well - so soft and peaceful.
mauro61 (52887) 2009-09-29 12:01
un bel taglio con una perfetta esposizione.
Luce ben distribuita su tutta l'immagine.
ciakgiak (30433) 2009-09-30 14:30
a very interesting subject, graphically perfect, a very suggestive composition with a particular and original effect and superb colours.
Silvio1953 (153031) 2009-10-01 11:38
Ciao Kik, sure, like a Monet painting, fascinating composition with splendid natural colors, very well done, ciao Silvio
delpeoples (59774) 2011-02-13 23:38
Such an appropriate title, it is the first thing I thought of when I saw the photo. Nice use of the vertical and the image is beautifully saturated and contrasted.
TFS and I wish you a beautiful day
jmdias (68691) 2011-02-14 15:36
a very beautiful view. I liked the softness and contrast between the red colors of the flowers against the greens. perfect framing, sharpness and light