Views 216 Unique 112
Vote 51
Award Shortlist   
PortraitPro 22 Save An Extra 20% With Code: EZJ22

Comments


NEWMANP 13 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2008 10:39PM
sone nice colours and shapes going on there
Phil
BURNSIE 13 25 4 England
3 Oct 2008 10:40PM
Lovely image. Burnsie
martinl 18 272 2 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2008 10:48PM
You see Ian, it takes the ability of the photographer to make these seemingly mundane items into a work of art!
Smile
tripodted 16 32 1 Northern Ireland
3 Oct 2008 10:50PM
It is amazing what can be achieved by combining an old log, a soggy branch and a concrete wall when stirred together in a camera and cominded with a good dollop of talent. Well captured.
Ted
IanFlindt 17 740 21 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2008 10:53PM
Many thanks, Phil, Burnsie, Martin and Ted, for commenting. Smile
edrhodes 16 548 13 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2008 10:57PM
Simple elements they may be, but the result is much more.

Ed..
User_Removed 14 485 13 England
3 Oct 2008 11:10PM

Quote:It is amazing what can be achieved by combining an old log, a soggy branch and a concrete wall when stirred together in a camera and cominded with a good dollop of talent. Well captured.
Ted



couldn't agree more, but then Ian is behind the lens so it is to be expected

rgds
Dave
IanFlindt 17 740 21 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2008 11:15PM
Ed and Dave - many thanks. Smile
martin.w Plus
19 614 29 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2008 11:16PM
Couldn't agree more with Martin, lovely work Ian Smile
liparig 17 233 United States
3 Oct 2008 11:24PM
beautifule shot love the colors
joe
SugarDJ 13 1 England
3 Oct 2008 11:31PM
The reflection, the light, the rock... all make for a great photo, super shot!

David
pmorgan 15 217 13 England
3 Oct 2008 11:53PM
It's the sum of it's parts Ian...or something like that, anyway it all looks nice together!

Rgds
Paul
cool pic
Wonderful blues and a great sky makes this work without a doubt Ian, grand in a simple way.

Dougie
LesF 15 182 9
4 Oct 2008 8:08AM

Quote:these unattractive features seemed rather appealing at the time.


And they still do looking at this.

LesF
rontear Plus
18 23 9 England
4 Oct 2008 8:41AM
Reflective power Ian. Ron.
Neil_Higgins 15 35 3 England
4 Oct 2008 10:17AM
It helps to place minimal subjects just right, and you have done that here, perfect reflections as well.
nuts 15 Netherlands
4 Oct 2008 11:22AM
gr8 and calming scene well captured aj
jayhyk 13 England
4 Oct 2008 12:11PM
great image well spoted
MilanaG 16 Bulgaria
4 Oct 2008 5:24PM
...on the right place in the right moment...just great...
Adam_H 14 62 United Kingdom
4 Oct 2008 6:58PM
Good image and great capture, love the reflections of the clouds.
Adam..
KevinGoodchild 20 1.2k 9 England
6 Oct 2008 4:46PM
lovely delicate sky captured here Ian, i would of been incined to trim the bottom part of the image to leave the tree stump on the bottom third ? .....


Kevin
IanFlindt 17 740 21 United Kingdom
6 Oct 2008 5:34PM
Thanks, everyone, for taking the time to comment.

I did trim some of the bottom away, Kevin, but I see what you mean - it would have helped the balance as you suggest and actually it would also have removed a dark, superfluous portion of the image. Thanks for that. Smile

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.