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Taken in Adelaide just off Gillies Street.Nikon D300
Those shadows certainly create an interesting depth to the picture .The two splashes of colour add the final touch to the pic,well seen & composed !
Hi James, great to hear from you, thankyou very much, yes, colour, shape and shadow, I love messing around with it.Cheers,Wayne
– Wayne Pearson
Amazing image, love the blocks of colour!
Hi Mel, thankyou very much for your valued comments, yes, colour touches us all in different ways.Cheers,Wayne
Very interesting choice of title – and it works so amazingly. That incredible orange square took me back to when I was 6 years old in hospital for tonsilitis, I was given disprin in orange juice for the pain (and the homesickness I suspect). How an architectural/abstract image can do that I don’t know, but its extremely successful. Well done!!!
Hi Trish, and WELCOME. Thankyou very much for your interesting comments. I just read out your comments to my wife, saying how incredible it is that we all can have so many varied effects on people through our images. I have found that many people who have viewed my images have commented on how they would love to come to Adelaide to see our interesting architecture,I love that because it has had a positive effect.Cheers,Wayne
Its my pleasure Wayne. The greatest achievement we can strive for is to evoke an emotional or reflective response in the viewer with our images, and you certainly do that. I just love the way you name your works too, it shows great imagination and gives us a deeper insight into the purpose of your photography. Keep it coming!
Another excellent creation – love the strong contrasts and that ‘vitamin c’ square is fabulous!
Hi Victoria, thankyou very much for your comments, I seem to be into orange at the moment, it creates good impact.cheers,Wayne
The colours are great once again. That’s for sure. But the way the light and shadow create contrast and perspective is just great!
Hi Peter, thankyou very much for your perspective, I love to hear how other people see my images, and it allows me to see another perspective too.cheers,Wayne
It’s been said before …. but I find it amazing how you use shadows so well to give great depth to your pics!!
Hi Vikram thankyou very much, yes, the shadows can be our friend or make things difficult, they were out to play that day.Cheers,Wayne
beautiful with shadow!
Hi Maris, thankyou very much, I always love your comments.Cheers,Wayne
Great title!! I like the Z effect of the dark shadow bottom right. You sure have some unusual buildings in Adelaide!
Hi Marguerite, thankyou very much, maybe I should have called it Zorro, well they are really not that unusual, I think it is mainly the angle I take, they are just modern and up close they take on a new personality.Cheers,Wayne
beautiful shot…. gorgeous vitamin c…. and love your title, wayne… : )
Hi Mimi, thankyou very much, you know what they say “an apple a day”…, in this case" an orange a day" …Cheers,Wayne