Thursday, November 15, 2007

Light Makes All Things Real

Pine Bark, Echo Lake

Barkscape VIII

The Nature of Pine Bark

Illlumined



Light makes all things real.





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34 comments:

  1. Amazing, simply amazing! I am blown away by the beauty of these photos and your artwork! Thank you for sharing your talent with all of us. :)

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  2. fantastic collection. excellent colors and light

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  3. oustanding photos Lynda.....
    the colours are incredible.....the purple hues in the last one are beautiful....do you ever use these as inspiration for your paintings?

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  4. these are really beautiful - I love close ups like this that abstract the subject and focus in on beauty that is often missed :)

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  5. goldengoddess, thank you so much for your enthusiasm! beauty is all around us, and when we focus on it, we're so much richer!

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  6. Nice to see you evlahos! Thanks for stopping by.

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  7. hi kim,

    i've always been fascinated by texture and the abstract patterns contained in things. i think this is reflected in my paintings, although i haven't painted these subjects directly, not in the sense of copying. but always, nature is my point of departure.

    good to see you....have a nice weekend, kim.

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  8. i totally agree with you, vivien, we should CHOOSE to focus on the beauty all around us. we would be a lot happier...

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  9. Wonderful colors. I thought the first one was sandstone. :)

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  10. Beth Ellen, I thought it looked like stone, too.

    And of course, abstraction allows us to interpret a subject in so many ways. :-)

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  11. How astoundingly beautiful! WOW! Great photo's! *HUGS*

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  12. Wow! You have a great eye! I like how you took a common object and made it uncommon in vision. I'll add you to my list of nature and photography blogs to visit. I look forward to returning!

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  13. thank you, daniel! i just read about centipedes on your very interesting blog!

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  14. Exceptional!!! Thanks for having a great blog. :D Nature never fails to amaze me and the photographers who take the time to take shots like this.

    JJ

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  15. Thanks, JJ, for looking at my blog. Nature never fails to amaze me, either. Nor do people, at both their best and their worst, lol...

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  16. Terry and Kelly, thanks for visiting!

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  17. So beautiful! It looks like copper, I had to read your comments again to make it wasn't.

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  18. Your photo The Nature of Pine Bark is really amazing! What beauty! I can't get over the gorgeous colors. Thank you for sharing these. Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

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  19. Very nice..I could look at these forever. Great composition. I'm glad you continue to post your photography. I love to come here and see what is new.

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  20. Very nice..I could look at these forever. Great composition. I'm glad you continue to post your photography. I love to come here and see what is new.

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  21. No copper, drowseymonkey! These are real patches of bark, and I've just tweaked the color a bit in Photoshop!

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  22. Hi Cindy. Hope all is going well for you and hubby.

    Have a good Thanksgiving!

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  23. Lisa, great to see you. Thanks for visiting! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  24. Lynda, so glad I found your site! I have just started seeing the beauty in nature....I wish I had seen it sooner.
    Your site is amazing.... I need to do some more exploring!

    PS - I LOVE TREE BARK!

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  25. Great Photos! it's amazing what is all around us if we take the time to look.

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  26. I am seriously impressed. The use of color and nature...absolutely beautiful.

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  27. thanks, meleah! i would like to subscribe to your blog by email, but don't see that option. can you put it on your page?

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  28. Oh this is such a beautiful collection of textures, just like your art. Anna :)

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  29. thank you anna! i'm glad you stopped by to see them!

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  30. These pictures are so magnificient! I can't imagine myself taking too many good shots.

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