Hello Ian, you are in a very artistic phase as I can see for your last uploaded photos... I find they are all very good and if perhaps these kind of photos doesn't admit comments about the subject itself are good for our senses. In this case something funny happens to me: I thought you were captured in an "elegance" mood when I read "Balmain" and then I realized it wasn't a tag but the place, ja ja. Anyway I think this design would certainly work for a silk scarf, ja ja
Best wishes, Edmundo
As you know so well, one cannot appreciate architecture without an artistic vein in one's body. I have a reasonable sprinkling of my art through my folio now. Thanks for the comment and I do permit you to think of this as coming from an elegance mood.
I like those colours and I am with Edmundo, that it would be fine as a precious silk scarf! Splendid art work, Ian!
Thank you so very much for your many comments. I dearly appreciate them! I returned home again from my mountain trip, we have beautiful, clear weather in the Emmental as well. A day ago some snow fell down to 2000 m. For the night some of the passes had been closed, luckily I left them behind the day before, though I would have loved to get some photos of them covered by snow. :)
Warm wishes, May
It is lovely to have you home and corresponding, May, but it is our special joy to celebrate with you the magnificent images you were able to generate while in higher country. The weather appeared to serve your photography well, and the lighting you used was fantastic. I am so pleased that many are praising your landscape and your photography. You don't need to blush at all, just delight in it all.
If this were a silk scarf, I'd post it to you at once, May, and send a matching one for Edmundo's wife!
Fire needs air, so: Light, Water, Fire and Air - all we need to be alive :-)
I like this shot very much
And the Koreans would add 'earth', Rafal. And so thanks for your enjoyment of my folio and your comments.
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