Monday, September 10, 2012

Bent Blade

Salt Marsh Grass, Shem Creek, Mt. Pleasant, SC  © Doug Hickok  All Rights Reserved


A bent blade of grass is essential to this

 minimalistic composition of marsh grass.


22 comments:

  1. What a unique shot and clear job!

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  2. Very artistic, and brilliant idea for this theme! :)
    Léia

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  3. My thoughts are driving away, when I see this poetic photo, thank you

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  4. Hi Doug, it's amazing how such a simple picture looks really great!
    Duncan In Kuantan

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  5. Cool! Just love the simplicity and contrasting colours.

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  6. Nessie's claws!?
    Ha, I can use them to knock some limpets off the rock.
    Have you seen green porcupines before?
    Do they graze like manatees in the water?

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  7. Your comment is right on Doug... it's the one that marches to a different drummer that stands out... superb composition....peter:)

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  8. Beautiful composition. It looks like a painting!
    Greetings

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  9. I love the feel of this image, beautifully composed and the colors are just gorgeous.

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  10. Beautiful composition and good shot!

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  11. très zen, avec de belles couleurs, j'aime !

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  12. minimalistic is exactly what came to mind when this picture opened! it obviously doesn't need much to make a great photo ... ;-))

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  13. Absolutely right my fine photographer friend, that bent reed adds the out-of-step dynamic beautifully, amidst the gorgeous colours...

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  14. Oh my ... it is so nice to catch up on your photos. So simple yet so magnificent.

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  15. Very peaceful, a perfect composition to my eyes.
    Have a nice day.

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  16. haha.. yep, i agree.. ;) nice contrasty colors too.. :)

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