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Experimenting again. Blue glass bottle against white card with a light shining through the glass to get the reflection.
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Love the abstract nature of this. Those vibrant blues really stand out against the white.
Not entirely sure about the 2-sided blue border. May be better all the way around? Not sure.....it may grow on me!
Definitely worth a click!
Love the idea, the colours and the composition but I have to agree with Steve, the border is a bit iffy.
Very abstract, Suzi! Shame we don't see more of the bottle, though. The colours look great!
Not usually one for very abstract shots, but this is done so well!
I like the whole image, border an all..
like to see people trying something different.
Congrats...on a real quality shot..
Simply stated Suzi. Ron.
I didn't thinkred wine came in blue bottles Suzi!
Oncce again youprove yourself to be the queen of making a shot out of 'nothing'
Lovely abstract, nice presentation too ;-D
Wow thanks everyone! I thought I'd go ever so minimalist for a change.
Thanks for the feedback on the two borders - I had half thought of ending the vertical just where it meets the bottle but then thought that would make it look unbalanced. But I'll try taking it all the way round and post it as a mod later. Just wanted to experiment with white space 8-]
Glad you like it 8-]
. . very? . . Mmmmm Blue? . . . and very Suzi! . . more experimental stuff please!
Do you do workshops?
Thanks Mike! I'll see what I can rustle up.
LOL Andy 8-] hehe!
Liking this a great deal Suzi. Simple, bold and I really dig that white curve on the bottle!
I like the part border, just adds that something to hold the shape. Interesting idea to explore.
like it! i agree with steve about the part border, maybe a thinner line on the other two sides? but still, bold, different and good!
where do i sign up for the workshop?
hehe LOL thanks everyone. 8-]
Workshop? Oh you mean everybody down the pub for a pint! I'm up for that 8-] hehe
sorted count me in...
this looks good Suzi, border seems to work well. Thanks for comments on yesterdays image (bales) much appreciated.
LOL Mark 8-]
Thanks Neil - and thanks for my little badge! hehe
Well thought out, photographed, and uniquely presented, very clever! I do not agree an all around border would improve it, rather the opposite!
Regards and thanks for your comment on mine.
"At times our own light goes out and
is rekindled by a spark from another person.
Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us."
My goodness, I don't know what came over me.
Inspiration shows up at the strangest times.
Thank you Denny 8-] Hope all is well with you.
Thanks for the visit and the encouragement
Hi Suzi, wow, missed this one, haven't logged on for a while. I've always loved your use of space and this is no exception, i'm a love of blue bottles myself (Ty Nant Welsh water bottles especially ;0) ) would look stunning huge on a gallery wall somewhere. Hope this finds you well and happy.
Thanks Mari! Yeah Ty Nant - unmissable!! hehe
Great graphic image love the position of the bottles in the frame and the colour
very impressed by this suzi, great color and very simple.
i like it alot!
Yes!! Works well.
Another simple shot, but it's the simplicity that attracts the eye. [click]
Thanks again all
I seem to have clicked on this but not commented ...so I will now ....SUPERB !!!!!!!
I'm taking it straight into my favorites
Thanks for the visit and the feedback, Sara
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