Thanks Annie-Sue. In fact I had done some of that the next day but then also managed to get my boat hull picture that evening, and preferred that for post on Saturday. I've been trying getting down on the ground and doing some shots from underneath, then I got out my old 18-55 kit lens and tried some wide angles from underneath, and the only filter I have is a UV, but I tried that as well. None of them quite match my vision of artistry yet, but it's a fun journey
They are some of the highest paid folks in our economy, nice to get paid well for being creative.
Yeah, I wonder if it was built that way intentionally.
Traditionally each house here would have a large garden - blocks were a quarter of an acre. Now blocks are a third of that and houses are three times as big so there are no gardens! But where there is the money to purchase such a sculpture, there is money to have a decent amount of land :) Many are bought by councils to have in public spaces or big companies as foyer pieces in their city buildings.
definitely an amazing piece!
I'm somewhat surprised to hear there have been lots of sales - there wasn't much on a domestic scale - but perhaps you have more space than we do?
it's like @AbstractKeri has come to visit! :)
really interesting shot
I like it when people get into the spirit of the thing!
are these aconites?
wonderful patch of promise
I'd pull out a bit - or go in closer - or filter. Hey, why not try them all!
I must say I prefer Sunday's
like how many of the panes seem to be reflecting entirely different things
looks like he's not entirely sure how to spell his surname!
ah, youth ...
bambi? bunny? bill? beak?
hmm - have looked a little closer now - so unless deer are building nests ... ;-)
wonderful skyline and colours
I just got your comment Narayani, unfortunate yes, tasty no. We all looked like dogs with a mouthful of peanut butter after tasting that one.
looks good from here :)
Your photos & journaling combined into beautiful packs of prints, delivered each month.
Go see them right meow!
View winter in British Columbian through @barkervillegirl's lens.
@AletheaFitz says, "My photo-a-day project has been one of the most rewarding things I have done as a parent AND a photographer."
Thank goodness every card has the number and the date on it! It’s fulfilling the “tangible object” aspect that's so important to us.