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Friday, January 29, 2010

CURLICUE - CLEMATIS ARMANDII

LUCY CORRANDER - PICTURES JUST PICTURES - CURLICUE - JANUARY 26TH 2010 - SONY DSC-T77 - DSC05887crsatexpcontbwexptempexpbr

And from Saturday, there's Monochrome Weekend


25 comments:

Aileni said...

I always quail when I see a flower or similar, expecting the worst. No fear here - and excellent image.

I frown a lot - it's what I do.

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Aileni.

Your dislikes almost become a challenge!

Lucy

Hermes said...

Amazing what an eye you have.

James said...

Excellent!

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks Hermes and James.

Lucy

Amy said...

Love it!

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks Amy.

Lucy

RuneE said...

You are early with you monochrome, but none the worse for that! Very interesting patterns - really "worly"!

Mine will be up in the morning.

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Rune.

I'm busy tomorrow and may have to leave the house early - which is why I posted this in advance.

I probably won't be able to visit other Monochromers until next week for the same reason . . . but I'll be over to see yours when I can.

Hope you have a good weekend.

Lucy

Moira said...

The shapes, I love the shapes!

Regina said...

Fantastic!

Dagrun said...

A beautiful monochrome you have here. I like it a lot, very creative.

awarewriter said...

It's not the flower, it's the forms and textures that give this image it's power.

SquirrelQueen said...

I love the intricate details in this shot. Beautiful monochrome.

Robin said...

Beautiful. The monochrome really emphasizes the form.

Kine said...

Creative and different picture.. I like it!

Calico Crazy said...

It has the look of a sculpture. ~ Calico Contemplations

Serendipity said...

My favourite this week. The composition is fabulous.

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

It looks like something cleverly made of metal. Monochrome gives the delicate subject power.


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John said...

I don't normally like shots with 'tinting', but this one has worked well.

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

So sculptural - if that is sepia it works well, adding to the transformation taking place.

joey said...

Very cool photo, Lucy!

Dragonstar said...

Wonderful shapes! Wonderful, wonderful shapes! I like the colouring too.

zem said...

Like a fractal, from another time. There must be mathematical beauty underlying these patterns. Excellent work.

MyMaracas said...

So beautiful, so sculptural. I love the coloring and shadows. Perfect shot.

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