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Good Morning yo you all, firstly thank you for all your great comments, messages and votes following yesterdays upload of the Spinach Eating Sparrows.
Nothing much to say about today's upload really, I like what I saw so I photographed it...
I hope that you all have a great day ahead.
Regards as always Nathan
Simple but very effective.
I've nothing much to say about this either, but I like it, so I voted for it! I could go on for hours about minimal art etc, but let's just accept and enjoy an image for what it is. Three words will do, "less is more". Well done Nathan. Si.
Elegant in it's simplicity, Nathan: often 'less is more' and this is such an excellent example of such.
Well spotted and captured.
A good reason for capturing an image Nathan !! I like the beauty and simplicity here
Simple but effective image, I saw this on the Negative Space Photo Month Forum yesterday and liked it there, along with several others of your uploads on the forum, great photography.
simple and fine and I love the water round the leave showing some surface tension works for me
Roy Orbison "Only The Lonely" instantly springs to mind..............
Simple but verry effective Nathen
A wonderful example of less is more Nathan.
A strange but very interesting picture that works wonderfully well.
"Nothing much to say about today's upload really, I like what I saw so I photographed it..."
thats what its all about!
Leafless?, Lifeless? is autumn really upon us?
like the surface tension
First sign of Autumn Nathan simply stated.
Sometimes thats the best reason for taking the image. Great shot.
beautiful Gold leaf indeed, Have a good day Nathan. I love the photo of this, autumn round the corner, I feel a nip in the air.
Simple and elegant but would maybe sit better on a thirds intersection for me.
Lovely simple image Nathan
Wow Nathan simply excellent
A simple reason for taking a photo Nathan...and a very good one !!!
Quote: Simple but very effective.
My very words
very simple, very nice
Very arty, very nice.
Effective simplicity. Definitely less is more.
Excellent well observed and captured.
Simple and beautiful, Nathan.
a simple but effective image,
A bit of what you fancy does you good, Nathan!
As Ali says, "Simple and effective".
Very minimalistic, Nathan Carol
As simple, but very effective, shot, Nathan
I like what I saw is the best reason to photograph something, Nathan. Stick to that rule of thumb and you can't go wrong.
Simply and beautiful !
" I like what I saw so I photographed it..."
The best reason there is for any image Nathan. Beautifully taken, such a simplistic image but striking nonetheless. Lou
I really like the simplicity in this Nathan
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. A nice image sometimes the simple ones are the best.
Nathan it has all been said above!! Excellent Image!!
Lonely as a cloud! Effective for its simplicity
Beautiful in its simplicity, a well composed and captured image
Less is more sometimes... Poignant..
This is very beautiful, Nathan. Love the colour combination.
Nate, this is such a pretty shot.
Nathan in this case... Less is MORE!
Wonderful shot... Love it!
PS: You are right with you comment on my sea not strait... Just like my head!
I am hopless at that can never get it right...
This is the first one ... Soon will be a lot of them everywhere... Autumn is coming
A pleasure to view
So simple but yet so effective...............
When I saw the thumbnail I thought you'd only gone and caught one of these migrant clouded yellows in flight!
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