Tuesday, April 3, 2012

My beak always makes such sharp shadows.

Such beccal considerations are frequent in self-conscious birds and, as it turns out, gawky teenagers. Luckily, most feathery homeowners don't give a hoot (i'm speaking figuratively, since the literal sound of the late-on-his-mortage-payment owl certainly crossed your mind) about light and shadow.






6 comments:

  1. The colours of this pic so bright and wonderful! I like :-D Never before your pics are like this one I think...

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  2. You nailed this shot....again. This is different from your other works. But there is a lot of stuff going on here with a big visual impact as the result. You are a master of creative photography my friend.

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  3. this is beyond wonderful! where do you get your bright pastel colours in these recent shots from?! it almost looks like some kind of Klee (i am getting William Carlos Williams, you get Paul Klee, and i am definitely not spending too much time in the sun :-)
    i am mesmerized! if there is such a thing as perfect composition and perfect chromatic, then this is it...

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  4. This must be one of your most special post ever - you have to let that late-on-his-mortage-payment owl get-off for half-price!

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  5. So wonderful! I love that little birdie and his sharp shadow beak. lol Bro you are so gifted with the camera.

    I also so enjoy your use of words...I had never heard the word chatoyancy before! I LOVE it. Words have always fascinated me. I adore them. Thank you for your lovely use of words, dear Bro. ((hugs))

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  6. Oh yeah, you nailed it. A gorgeous study of light and shadow, shape and color with the delicate personality of the alert little bird peeking out of his little house. This image is so special...

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