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A miniature violin. My own textures added.
Nikon D800 + Nikkor 24-70mmISO 250 • f/4.5 • 1/80sec • 70mm My gallery/bubblesite
brown, golden, texture, simple, music, small, dark, violin, still life, mood, moody, instrument, atmosphere, miniature, textured, mieke boynton
I’m just an Aussie girl who’s a bit mad about photography :)
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Nice play of light on the violin.
Thanks, Peter :)
– Mieke Boynton
simply a pleasure to view…
Aww… what a lovely comment, Rick!! Thank you!!
Lovely treatment Mieke
Thank you, Hans :)
Beautiful image, Mieke.. :-))
Beautiful work Mieke!
Thank you very much, Chris :)
Stunning Mieke! I love the dappled light and your background works really well. :)
Thank you, Beth! Just wanted to do something with textures for a change! :)
a rich composition that immediately brings the classics to mind… xo
Thank you so much, Cos! I was hoping it would give that impression :)
Thanks heaps, Rob!! PS. I still plan to borrow your music for an AV sometime!! Will let you know when it’s ready :)
Love this Miss Mieke….Well Done indeed:o)
Thank you Mister Tinnieopener :) !!
Beautifully done, Mieke. You’re a master of light. I filmed a busker playing one of those things at Central Station on Monday and I felt obliged to tip him five bucks. But I was so into doing the vid, I forgot to take a still! Dangit.
Surely there’s a way to extract one ‘frame’ from the video footage? I’m sure it’s possible… but I have absolutely no idea how to!! Lol! Ah well – one of those moments you have to just “take a picture in your mind”, I guess!! :) :) :) Thanks, Gary!
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