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Friday, March 11, 2011

The Weekend in Black and White: through the front stairs railing


If any of my neighbors saw me lying down on my front door stairs trying to take this photo at an angle where the flower was seen through the wrought iron, I'm sure they thought I'd finally taken leave of the little bit of sense I have left.
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22 comments:

Jidhu Jose said...

nice

Cezar and Léia said...

Wow the flower has an amazing frame!
Absolutely gorgeous!
Léia :)

 gmirage said...

lovely bloom! You framed it well...

Unknown said...

excellent capture

Rejen said...

Beatyful flower....;-0

anemonen said...

Lovely bloom it´s excellent.

James said...

Very cool! I like the way the rose is framed!

Cildemer said...

Never mind what your neighbours think about your sense! Your pic is just beautiful and I'm sure you had fun taking such a great capture!


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Have a marvellous weekend****

Regina said...

Beautiful one!
Happy weekend.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Fun yoking two ordinary features together and sculpting an extraordinary tableau! Good one!

David said...

That's a nice one!
David

genie said...

Pretty darn good if you ask me. The way you wiggled around to compose this on is amazing. That flower is something else. I really like this one. I’d say it’s definitely a keeper.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

I needed to be told it is wrought iron. I began by looking at the picture (before reading the text) and spent so much brain power wondering what the ring is, I missed the flower.

Lucy

Dragonstar said...

Oh, the trouble we go to just for a photo! The result was well worth the effort though!

kenju said...

It is a very good photo with a great angle - so I'm glad you did it!

The Shuttered Life said...

beautiful shot! don't mind the neighbors as long as you got the shot you want. :)

SandyCarlson said...

Utterly beautiful.

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

Is this a white camelia? You are very creative.

forgetmenot said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely. Your creativity was showing!

Ayie said...

sometimes you have to do even the craziest things to achieve something better

lissa said...

it's a great composition. it's worth laying on the ground for.

Margaret Gosden said...

Certainly worth the trouble, and any embarrassment felt!

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