Monday, October 15, 2012

Undulating Fence

Wooden Fence and Cabin, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee
 © Doug Hickok  All Rights Reserved
(Velvia slide film)



A slight undulation in a fence pattern makes a worthy foreground for an old cabin in the Great Smoky Mountains.


16 comments:

  1. Interesting patterns and surface structures, lovely play with colors and light.

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  2. Very nice "confluence" of lines. And the autumn tones, just beautiful.

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  3. Terrific texture. Feel like I would get a splinter in my hand if I touched it.

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  4. Beautiful composition of horizontal and vertical lines.
    Agustín.

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  5. What I like most in this picture are the warm colors copper that sun gives at the wood

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  6. I like these wooden fence. They´ve got a special taost of wood of the forest.
    Good lines and shot, Doug.

    Greetings.

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  7. The play of the lines is what came to my mind first, then the colors. It's an excellent photo, Doug, accompanied by a good explanation.

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  8. great symphony of conflicting lines and harmonious textures and colours ...

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  9. You're so obsessed with patterns and yaks!
    Do your yaks have autism? ;o)

    >were these taken on your 13 mile walk LC?

    Nah, those were taken in Oct 2010!
    I was exploring London's ancient woodlands last weekend.
    My legs are still killing me. Ha

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  10. Lines, lines lines...wonderful lines! Absolutely superb Doug!

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  11. Vertical lines vs horizontal lines. Nicely composed again!
    Have a nice day.

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  12. i like the warm tone this image has and of course the lines and patterns formed by the wood.. nicely done..

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