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I came across this scene driving through Warrnambool. Emmy added plus texture. Enjoy..
luis ferreiro, photoshop, warrnambool, emmy, fletcher jones, suburbia, exercise ball, footpath, west coast, victoria, flowers, water tank, front garden suburbia, girl, texture, plants, urban landscape
wow, there are a lot of bools! :D
HAHA, Your damn right lots bools!!!! Thank you as always Mel for your comments and stopping by…. :)
– Luis Ferreiro
love a slice of suburbia, especially with a wonderful sculptural futuristic piece in the distance!
Thank you Paul for your comments..
Surrealistic art, that’s what it is – luv’it !
Thank you Lars for stopping by and comments….
Awesome mate, great textures on this, element of surrealism here too, that I really like.
Thank you Parmi for your thoughts and comments…
this is so amazing, luis – how ever did you spot the quirkiness of that front garden and the water tower beyond. Such a great treatment too.
Thank you Nadine, i was driving around to see what was on offer with the water tower when the bright red roofs stood out and thought there might be an image??? After a few minutes i noticed the flowers! The shapes and colour just complimented each other….adding my niece balanced it all out…. cheers
Really cool work, Luis!!
Thank you Laurie…
Whew! How incisively you’ve pulled me onto a story arc on the other side of this frame. Totally powerful Luis!
Thank you for your comments Ted….
This is just super!!! The flowers look like giant garlic plants – and this house so very much doesn’t look as though it’s owned by people who might grow garlic!!! The symmetry of the flower heads with the water tower is just wonderful … what an eye!!!
Thank you Denzil, I’m not sure what kind of flower they are but the symmetry is what caught my eye. Cheers for your comments and FAV.
OMG 50’s suburbia . . . .especially with the sputnik theme. . . I cannot believe that sputniks grow in the garden :-) Cecily
Thank you Cecily for your wonderful comments and FAV….