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Not roses

  • Posted May 10, 2012 by S&M Viewed 726 times

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Provence, May 2012.

Two people sometimes looking at the same thing but never with the same.





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    • # Bryan

      I happen to enjoy fisheye photos very much, I think the vastness and amount of the red flowers really lends itself to this type of shot.

      2012.06.22 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sandra Vermeulen

      Really strange, but we call them "KlapRozen" literally translated " stone roses."
      I have a weakness for poppies, so also for some of these pictures.

      2012.05.22 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Nynke

      Very beautiful set!! Each photo has such a different feel to it.. I like it!! :)

      2012.05.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Nicephore34

      J'aime ! L'effet avec le grand angle est super.Je suis allé egalement les surprendre c'etait trop tentant.

      2012.05.12 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sadhya Rippon

      I have never been a lover of fish eye photographs, but I can see a certain charm with this one -the first. I think it is the simplicity of the subject that helps it to work.
      The first shot is almost good but I feel you could do better. To make the one poppy the main character in the whole field means it needs to be pin sharp including the hairy stalk.
      The final shot says a great deal about agriculture but again I think you could do better technically.
      Go back and try again.

      OMG, what is wrong with me this morning??? Sorry to be so negative.

      2012.05.12 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Antonio Gil

      There's always a line separating beauty and diversity from desolation and bareness. (Comment to the last one).

      2012.05.11 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # David Swatton

      I have always loved poppies both for their beauty and fragility and their association with history and remembrance. But as a simply beautiful image #1 is a stunner.

      2012.05.10 Edited Reply Cancel