While we were walking on the streets of Hope we saw many splendid sculptures which were carved with chainsaw and there were many wall paintings on the walls of the buildings. This one is my favorite, which was painted on the wall of a little gift shop. I looked at it for a long time because of the many lovely details. I liked this imaginary place and in it the real window on the side of the house.
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batalay (32840) 2008-12-07 18:36
Usually one sees a framed painting on a wall. Here the wall is the painting, and the framed window is reality. As a part-time artist, I am impressed by the skills of the painter who captured this vision. I am also impressed by the artistic eye of the photographer. Good eye, good composition, excellent work.
litiancai (1048) 2008-12-07 20:00
The fact that the frame is a window,and the rest is a painting creates an intriguing look about the image, like it's the opposite of what it should be! Really well seen.
all the best
cak (4799) 2008-12-07 21:12
a good master and a good photographer are a good scene toegether.
krug100 (393) 2008-12-07 23:33
very interesting shot. I like the idea very much, Picture In Picture, and the window on a left side makes that shot even more attractive. Thanks.
capelo80 (108) 2008-12-08 4:45
Wow what a estrange effect ,
i think with a different POV you could get a better photo anyway this one is lovely
Dyerco (10185) 2008-12-08 7:38
It gives us an interesting POV in that we are looking out and looking in at the same time.
ocskaymarci (2606) 2008-12-08 13:11
Tényleg nagyon aranyos és szép ház! Igazán hatásos a szürkületi téli erdő hangulata. Tetszik, ahogy az ablakot is beleveszed a képbe, megmutatva a valóságot is.
MarcT (20946) 2008-12-09 11:58
Almost Xmas... Nice use of the window and the painted house to build your composition.
PaulVDV (15017) 2008-12-12 9:47
I'd like to walk into that beautiful winter forest landscape but then I bump with my head against a wall ... :)
It's a very strange and funny picture. You write there are more wall paintings in that town. Are these paintings fine-tuned to each other ? Or all made irrespectively of each other ?
Best regards, Paul
- Copyright: Csilla Kocsardi (Csilla) (1782)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-07-08
- Categories: Daily Life, Architecture
- Camera: KodakEasyShare Z1275
- Exposure: f/2.9, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Wall Painting [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2008-12-07 18:19