The poet sees
The world
Through a
Lattice
Of his
Own…

Konya Turkey, the home of Mowlana Jalaluddin Rumi.

Canon 7D, PS4: Pseudo HDR, Custom brushes, Topaz Adjust, AlienSkin: Exposure4: Kodak Ektacrhome. The thick, golden-syrupy light of the Turkish summer.

Aging… Um…. Maturing. Still wondering what I’ll be when I grow up.

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  • Gordon  Beck
    Gordon Beckover 2 years ago

    Wow…great work, Ted…really rich, compelling colors in this and great lighting, too!

  • That widow and its borders… So exquisite in that nook. Its mystery slid right into my imagination Gordon. Thanks.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Raymond Kerr
    Raymond Kerrover 2 years ago

    Like west coast light Ted .. great work and capture ; ))

  • Yeah… the golden glow of a summer afternoon seems to conjure up some aura in that nook Ray. Thanks.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Larry Butterworth
    Larry Butterworthover 2 years ago

    fine looking place, great shot of it Ted

  • The city of Konya is powerfully proud of its greatest poet Larry… And their respect is reflected in the way they buff his workplace like a fine gemstone. Thanks for the support.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Shulie1
    Shulie1over 2 years ago

    This is so beautiful in its simplicity, Ted

  • The art of the Muslim culture is so new to me Shulie, and yes it has a minimalist majesty that’s defined as much in palette and texture as in line and form. Thanks for pointing it out.

    – Ted Byrne

  • annacuypers
    annacuypersover 2 years ago

    Beautiful work and lighting Ted, xo

  • There is a lyrical brilliance to the minimalism of Muslim art Anna that I am slowly beginning to appreciate. Thanks for seeing it it this interpretation.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 2 years ago

    Once again, the light is exquisite!

  • Afternoon summer sunlight slipping into a marbled nook, and igniting a glowing golden latticework… Sometimes we merely have to click the shutter, huh Mel? Thanks for enjoying my clicking.

    – Ted Byrne

  • banrai
    banraiover 2 years ago

    color, light so good… treat to view

  • Well, I know that you appreciate palette more than most artists, so it’s quite nice to have you enjoy this interpretation. Thanks.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Mary Sedici
    Mary Sediciover 2 years ago


    JANUARY 26th,

    See your work in the Permanents Featured Gallery
    ►Please participate in the ongoing Challenges
    Mary

  • Mary you are so encouraging. Thank you very much.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Kay Kempton Raade
    Kay Kempton Raadeover 2 years ago

    Wonderful!

  • So nice of you Kay. Glad you agree with me that sometimes glow itself can be captured if you’re lucky enough to be there when it ignites.

    – Ted Byrne

  • Eyal Nahmias
    Eyal Nahmiasover 2 years ago

    Beautiful light and color. Thanks for sharing with the Art of the Middle East group.

  • I am new to appreciating the power of minimalism in the architectural statements of muslim artists. Here the creator of this scene seemed to stand aside and merely say… “Look!” And when we do we see exactly how his or her feelings brought together the summer afternoon sun and this nook’s marble and golden latticework. Thanks for encouraging my appreciation Eyal.

    – Ted Byrne

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