Saturday, July 02, 2005

Southern France: Refectory Roof

Refectory Roof

Looking down on a covered area provided this abstract - I liked it so I captured it!

This is the end of the Southern France week though I have a shed load of photos left - I will gradually put some of them up on Flickr. Some of them will no doubt fit into future weeks.

Thank you for all the discussion on manipulation and the nature of photography, I have enjoyed it.

Not sure what I will start with tomorrow.


Blogger Ronalyn said...

What an awesome shot for the end of your Southern France week! I have enjoyed it so much! Your sense of art and your eye for photography is not also inspiring for people like me, who have just gotten into this, but also gratifying. Thank you so much for sharing and I look forward to more to come!

2/7/05 09:48  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I liked every single shot from your Souther France collection. You have a nice eye for photography. Thanks for sharing.

2/7/05 10:18  
Blogger Rock Kauser said...

Wow, that sure is an elaborate pattern for roofing material. The color is great, but also not quite what I expect from a roof.

Thanks for the tour!

2/7/05 11:14  
Blogger Kim said...

I also have enjoyed your work, Southern France and the discussions on your blog. I'm looking forward to what images you'll share next!

2/7/05 12:12  
Blogger jane said...

Nice angle.

2/7/05 12:19  
Blogger Potpourri said...

I enjoyed the discussion too. its been a nice week. Have a great weekend. :)

2/7/05 21:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the angle and colors!

3/7/05 05:48  
Blogger Sidney said...

Indeed this was an unexpected week in Southern France. I think you broke all the stereotypes here !
With your PS post editing you even shifting (little by little) into another world...

3/7/05 14:12  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful abstract! I love the lines and the cool green color...

3/7/05 17:09  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really like the texture here. Your composition really works w/ the lines running at a diagonal.

4/7/05 18:02  

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