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This post is dedicated to Nikki.
Loads of frames within frames within frames. Brilliant, as always.
Thanks so much, Alison – I love it when a picture just presents itself. It doesn’t happen very often.
I know, that’s what happened with that Monopoly stuff really.
Everything just a little off-kilter. Like real life!
Great repetitions of pattern and colour.
Thanks very much, Karen! Yes, quite. It’s been that kind of fortnight. 🙂
Or foreground? : )
Yes, indeed – what interested me about this was the different elements fighting for dominance. Thanks very much, Kathryn.
Wow there are many layers of meaning here for me. It’s interesting how a new lens or a new ‘box of crayons’ can stimulate your creative process.
Yes, it’s fascinating isn’t it? Often the restrictions are what get me moving again. I’m struggling with the 35mm, so when I return to the 50mm I tend to relax and have taken a few nice shots as a result.
Nice candid portrait – works really well in colour, Richard! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂
No worries! 😀
Orange almost as if applied slap dash afterwards and frames within frames. Great!
Thanks very much, Dohn! I love it when I come across a picture waiting to be taken.
Love this one, Richard: colours, composition, subject, everything.
Thanks very much, Ashley. Really glad you like it. When I was going through my recent archive it was one that really stood out.
So many things going on in this one. Where to start? Probably with the chaotic feeling accompanied by looking at someone so blissfully unaware of his framing (within framing, within framing…)
This was a sort of instinct shot – the picture was just there for the taking – they’re my favourites (no effort required – the picture takes me) – and on top of that they’re pretty rare.
Still the centre of attention through all those fabulous frames!
The combinations of colours and shapes are just great here – the light on the wall and fence particularly echo each other so beautifully! I wonder how it might look to have the door top straight to the frame? Keep twisting my head and can kind of see it..
Thanks very much, Cath. I might try that!
..Cool! Although I must add I do also love how it is here, it was just a rambling thought..
wonderful photo and well spotted.
Thanks very much, Francina!
Great character, love the angles and the layers, and even from a distance you get a sense of his personality.
Yes, I kind of got the impression he would be a nice person. But no time that day.
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