Friday, June 6, 2008

Blue (and green and a bit too much brown)

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I really liked the lines in this one, and the way the light and shadows create their own counterpoint.
As always, constructive criticism is welcome.

13 comments:

Leora said...

It's lovely. Can I yell at you for being too self-critical? That's my constructive criticism. I don't think it has too much brown. You have a good eye for composition.

Robin said...

You crack me up Leora - the brown was referring to my gardening skills, not the photograph LOL.

Raven said...

What a lovely photo! I agree with you about the lines and the light and shadow. I like the little tendrils that add texture here and there without actually breaking the flow of anything. Cool photo.

quilly said...

Criticism?! This is gorgeous. I wish I'd have thought of it. There is certainly plenty of inspiration right outside my window.

Leora said...

Oh, it was your gardening! I can't imagine gardening in Israel. The first summer I tried gardening, we had a drought in New Jersey. All summer, no rain. I imagine gardening in Israel is a bit like that.

photowannabe said...

Really nice composition Leora. I like the angle and lines witch show off the blue sky. Gereat choice and no criticism here.

Robin said...

I'm Robin not Leora, but thank you. Be sure to pop by Leora's blog too though - she's got gorgeous stuff there.

~Virginia~ said...

i like this! it came out really well! peaceful, if you will.

Shannon said...

Beautiful! I want to be a great photographer one day. I'll just add to my to do list. You are well on your way!

Robert said...

See I thought you meant brown in the picture too. Good thing I couldn't get here until now. I love the green and blue contrast. Simple, but so nicely composed. Thanks for your kind words on my pictures. I really appreciate it. :)

DeLi said...

i love the art and composition....a lovely bluey

ellen b. said...

Hi Robin, long time no see.
I like the blue through the green...

Rebecca said...

Those are GREAT lines! And lovely blue. I love it.