An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
As the horns of a strange animal
Wonderful b&w picture!Léia
The tree as foreground is seen, make an objection to the window, very good about Doug
Beautiful!Another for your wall...
Absolutely pretty. Your photo has shown me that there is always something interesting around one's area. An eye opener. Lovely photo.
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It IS modern art. Great composition.
So tell me...Are these twisting twigs?Or are they twiggy twists? I'm always so confused...
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i love this minimalistic and very stark image for its simplicity and the mixture of crooked and straight lines !(as to wild boar - they have become a real problem here, too, and not only here, but also in france and other parts of europe. so have deer in some regions, causing great damage to young trees. all this because they have no natural enemies any more - all predators are gone, only man - the greatest predator - remains ... ;-)
Fascinating juxtaposition of man-made and natural shapes. Your b&w conversion nicely enhances the abstract feel.
Love this minimalist shot and it's fantastic in B&W--really nicely composed and processed Doug!
Just the kind of image I love. Superb for it's graphic simplicity and it's contrast of organic and geometric shapes. Very nicely seen.
Just love the use of stark, monochrome, regular and irregular lines in a effortless minimal composition. Top marks!
Love this simple black and white! Wonderful composition!:)
i like the combination of curvy branches and that cubic window, nicely captured.. :)