Sunday afternoon in Wales

By mrswoolybill
Looking down into a corner of my brother-in-law’s garden. Late afternoon light; hand-held; a slight tweak in Levels, otherwise straight out of the camera.
Thanks for looking,
Moira

Tags: Specialist and abstract Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

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Comments


VIKI 9 18 1 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 8:19AM
I love this Moira. The textures are superb!

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Rogerex 9 32 12 Australia
14 Jun 2009 8:19AM
Good light helps to show the interesting variations in brick colours, and I like the details of the moss.
Roger
14 Jun 2009 8:21AM
Love the colour!
EAS 6 1 13 Scotland
14 Jun 2009 8:29AM
Good light and texture + colour make this a very nice image.
DolphinLady 10 54 1 Wales
14 Jun 2009 8:34AM
Love the wonderful colours & detail to the bricks ? Moira.
Fantastic lighting & lovely detail to the moss as well.
Hilary
fentiger Plus
14 916 23 England
14 Jun 2009 8:38AM
An attractive well composed image.

Albert
CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
14 Jun 2009 8:39AM
Wonderful colours and textures, the light is perfect. Carol
danbrann Plus
11 567 16
14 Jun 2009 9:12AM
Super colours and textures in those brick and I guess that's what you were trying to achieve. well done.
photophantom 7 108 3 Philippines
14 Jun 2009 9:26AM
gorgeous composition, well spotted & photographed
Dennis
User_Removed 11 386 2 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 9:52AM
A work of art.
zebraboy 11 197 Australia
14 Jun 2009 10:09AM
That's a delight, ljh has got it right!
14 Jun 2009 10:17AM
Fantastic! One only has to see it..............!
Johanna
Joline Plus
9 27 52 United States
14 Jun 2009 11:39AM
These little natural vignettes are such pleasing sights, and so intimate. Beautifully done.
14 Jun 2009 11:59AM
Nice colours and lovely detail & textures in the brickwork, Moira.
TrevB Smile
morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 12:16PM
Superb light, clours and textures Smile

Hugh
dmhuynh72 8 44 3 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 12:57PM
Excellent Moira, i like the texture and colours. well spotted.
regards
Yung
14 Jun 2009 1:20PM
Great shot and colours.
Vicky
pamelajean Plus
10 949 1785 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 1:56PM
A nicely captured bit of detail, Moira. The soft and the hard, with colour and texture too.
RobinF 9 83 1 England
14 Jun 2009 4:02PM
Oh no! That's done it...I've probably alienated Bill now...I was going to give Bill my user award as his shadow shot is excellent, but you have just 'pipped him at the post' with this shot Moira, it was the colours what done it!

Do you think he will ever forgive me?

Oh Dear...

kind regards,

Robin

P.S. I hope you won't gloat, it'll just make things so much worse.
Neeka 6 16 Wales
14 Jun 2009 4:18PM
Wonderful colours Moira! The image is so sharp. Wonderful.
~Necia~
p.s. Thanks for all you help Moira. I really appreciate it.
Brilane 9 5 12 Wales
14 Jun 2009 4:32PM
Great shot, shows a nice bit of Welsh moss.
Brian
mikbee 8 3 8 Scotland
14 Jun 2009 4:45PM
Unlike rust in metal and steel Moira,a sight like this will be a thing of the past.They use a different process to make bricks nowadays, and you will not see this weathered and decayed look any more.!! I for one will miss it,so I am forming a new society to work hand in hand with the RAS.Please apply to me in the first instance, for membership to the Brick Appreciation Society Towards Alternative Rust and Decay. !!
Mick.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 841 1372 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 4:58PM

Quote:Oh no! That's done it...I've probably alienated Bill now...I was going to give Bill my user award as his shadow shot is excellent, but you have just 'pipped him at the post' with this shot Moira, it was the colours what done it!

Do you think he will ever forgive me?

Oh Dear...

kind regards,

Robin

P.S. I hope you won't gloat, it'll just make things so much worse.

Thank you so much Robin. I promise I am not gloating too much, and Bill says he is taking it on the chin.
And thanks to everyone who has visited here today. Please note Mick's new organisation *******, membership cheques to be sent presumably wrapped round bricks...
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, I'll try to do a bit of catching up but I'm on Bill's laptop because he's nicked my machine and I REALLY HATE LAPTOPS..
Moira
User_Removed Junior Member 9 51
14 Jun 2009 5:27PM
Seeing the mundane and making it beautiful is a gift.

Derek
14 Jun 2009 6:34PM
Wonderful use of tones and textures, a beautiful still-life, well spotted.
Alex
14 Jun 2009 7:02PM
Lovely shot, definitely deserves to be the first inclusion in Micks new club - and you've gotta love that acronym!!!
ChristineL 11 39 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 7:16PM
love the colours Moira, beautifully crisp detail too,
Chris.
wyatturp 10 2 England
14 Jun 2009 8:31PM
Natures rustSmile

Doug
super shot

Christopher
Rach1970 7 14 1 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2009 8:44PM
Like the tones and textures you've captured here Moira. Great composition too.
Rachel
Ayelet_A 7 11 3 Israel
14 Jun 2009 8:58PM
Sometimes the best images are just around the corner, as you continuously prove Moira - Beautiful image with fantastic textures and colours.

Ayelet
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
14 Jun 2009 8:59PM
very well composed
Roly 8 Wales
14 Jun 2009 10:26PM
Lovely light and some great textures.
imagio 9 12 1 England
15 Jun 2009 1:22PM
Superb Moira

Bernie
15 Jun 2009 10:44PM
Love the colours, great shot

Nicky
SandraKay Plus
8 233 4 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2009 9:12PM
Just popped back to comment on this one as I didn't have time yesterday. I think that the colour, contrasts and composition are all pretty special.
Sandra
tanyard 9 105 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2009 3:23PM
Beautiful subtlety
riprap007 11 1.6k 37 England
20 Jun 2009 2:21PM
the three bricks lend a fine backdrop and gives this a sense of formalism to contrast with the creeping ivy

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