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An old bicycle left out in the winter.
Thanks mompaq. I discovered RedBubble only a couple of days ago and really havn’t had a chance to look around yet; still building my site….kind of time consuming on Dial-up!
Welcome to RB mate! I hope your time here is as interesting as mine continues to be. 8-)
I find this to be a very interesting photograph of a little winter scene.Your snow exposure is exceptionally good as is the depth of field and focus.The subject is common yet you have composed the shot very well with a good lead-in from our left with the fork and a good containment on our right by the wheel arcThe ice formations are interesting on their own and the rusty rim adds character.Great lighting, good contrast and nice colours and tones.I find it fascinating how the ice seems to be very choosey in deciding where and how it will form.Good work that man!
PS: You wil find out very quickly that you will receive many, many “wows”, “greats”, “nice”, “good capcha” comments ad nauseum here at RB. Rarely will you receive any good, solid constructive criticism that will help you learn and progress more in this fine artform.Good luck man!
Hi Dennis Many thanks for your review of “Waiting For Spring”. Your comments re “lead-in” and “containment” were most instructional. I run across all sorts of images that I like, but usually can’t explain why. I’ll be paying more attention to lead-in and containment from here on in. I really appreciate your taking the time to explain why you liked the image….most generous of you. Also; thanks for adding it to your Favorites.Lee
this is so FINE.
– Lee Donavon Hardy
absolutely a awesome image, well captured
Many thanks niggle
Lee, this is so interesting! We don’t have this type of thinghere only up in the snowfields, so I find it rather intriguing! Maybe it’s because I was born in a blizzard!?! (born in Toronto)
We had a mini-blizzard here three days ago. Only lasted about twenty minutes and it all melted within twelve hours; just a little taste of what’s to come over the next five months! Glad you like the shot.
Thanks for the Fav!
Very beautiful picture, almost an abstract, with the contrast of shapes, colours and textures.
Many thanks Helene