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Jahila 12 19
24 Feb 2005 8:03AM
Lovely colours, great detail Smile

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starstriders 13 1.6k United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 8:03AM
Great close up abstract. Nice one.
ChristineL 12 39 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 8:26AM
Well seen, it looks almost like snakeskin.
Chris.
24 Feb 2005 9:02AM
Instantly recognisable as a BrianM, such a great eye for seeing patterns and shapes. This one certainly has oomph, I like it. Smile
liparig 13 233 United States
24 Feb 2005 9:08AM
very nice, looks like running lava
Joe
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 11:11AM
Thanks all for taking a look and for the kind comments, appreciated.

Lydia - perhaps it would have had a bit more oomph had I "removed" the two patches of brown which now I've looked at it again seem to detract from the other bright colours : on the plus side it is as found apart from minor tidying up.
old timer 13 55 1 Scotland
24 Feb 2005 11:27AM
What excellent colour - a pure abstract.
Jim
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 10:59PM
Thanks for viewing and kind comment, Jim, appeciated.
25 Feb 2005 12:22PM
What wonderful colours Brian, I think the brown bits add a bit of nice texture, well observed as always.

Mary
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2005 12:50PM
Thanks for taking a look Mary and for the kind comment, appreciated.
JohnHorne 12 1.0k
26 Feb 2005 6:09AM
Works well as a brightly coloured abstract. I wouldn't have thought of putting a leaf on a scanner, but I guess it makes close-ups of flat subjects a bit easier. (I would guess that this could be a mahonia leaf, but can't be sure without seeing the whole thing.) Click.
John
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2005 7:42AM
Thanks for taking a look, John, and for the comments, appreciated.

No further on with identification apart from to say it isn't a mahonia, the plant is tall (6ft after 7 years) throwing out a bunch of stems each covered with 11 spikey leaves (similar to holly) plus two at the very base of the stem where it joins the the main stem. I should know, we planted it!

Over the years I've scanned a number of images the most successful here being Braeburn Apple . One of the first and the most successful was Patterns in Nature , please feel free to take a look sometime.
flossie 14 1.6k
26 Feb 2005 3:10PM
Lovely Brian, wouldn't have guessed it was a leaf at first ...the splash of red in the top corner just makes it.
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2005 12:52AM
Thanks for viewing Anne, and for your comments, appreciated. These leaves certainly go out with a blaze of glory.
Lovely colours Brian, makes a super abstract.
Richard
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
27 Feb 2005 5:41AM
Thanks for viewing and comment, Richard, appreciated.
ericfaragh 13 138 4 United Kingdom
6 Mar 2005 2:39AM
A lovely natural abstract. Well spotted Brian.
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2005 11:33AM
Thanks, Eric, viewing and comment appreciated.
trahern 13 863 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2005 4:30AM
Super abstract lovely colours. Well observed as always.
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2005 5:37AM
Thanks for taking a look, Andrew, and for the kind comment, appreciated.
Atlas 13 621 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2005 6:16PM
This looks excellent Brian. Really great colours ☼☼☼☼☼

Rob

P.S. Hope your well and post some more images soon.
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2005 8:00AM
Thanks for taking a look Rob, and for the comments, appreciated as always.

Yes, I'm well, thanks and will be back before too long although with other things happening photography has taken a bit of a seat at the moment.
tull 14 181 United Kingdom
29 May 2005 5:00AM
Superb work Brian,get well soon.

Mark.
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
29 May 2005 2:08PM
Thanks Mark, I'm well, just been rather tied up with other things but will be back soon.

Sorry to hear about your problems, hope all is well now. I did notice you were missing (before I went missing) and was concerned that something may have been wrong.
tull 14 181 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2005 1:35PM
Sorry Brian I've only just noticed your comment on my 'Bin Boy' Thanks always appreciated,hope ypur return is very soon.

Mark.
TeresaH 12 1.1k United Kingdom
14 Jun 2005 7:25AM
Fantastic, well spotted. I love patterns in nature, and this is just great.

Teresa
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2005 9:49AM
Thanks for taking a look Teresa, and for leaving a comment, appreciated. Pleased you liked it.
rrruss 12 7 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2005 1:17AM
nicely done.

Russ
BrianM 14 6 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2005 1:34AM
Thanks Russ, pleased you liked it, viewing and comment appreciated, as always.
noseprints 13 576
5 Jan 2006 12:59PM
i miss your stuff. where the h*** are ya?

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