Branch looks like its holding the moon up !!!!!!!!
Yes, it looks like it holds it... great composition
love the picture very artistic :)
Nice composition, great shot.
Thanks badge :)
Thank u, Sonia and jeff Rosina :)
Thank u US79 GLAD u like it :)
I too like this one. Pity not all was in focus - but then, the subjects are just a litle bit apart... ;)
Happy Easter to you and yours
Thank You for the comment that you've left on my profile ...
This is one of your photos that i adore ... really beautiful but all your shots are very good ... my compliments!
Really your mom come from Calabria? But you're australian, or not? have you ever been in calabria or italy? i'm from cosenza, calabria but now i live in Milano, in the north.
Thanks again and hope to "hear" you! :)
Thanks Us79 its one of my favourite too, mum is from Rocella and dad from stilo both in Reggio Calabria, been to cosenza when l was a little girl all l remember is the train station,l'm just about ready for fourth trip back :)
I love the two focus feature - importantly the hand in the background holds the orb its thumb in more focus pulling the orb closer and down to earth. the hand in the forground anthropomorphises and with hand to mouth holds a converstaion about this miracle. WOW!!
Congratulation Rosina. It is a very good picture.
Russell Mckane said:
Rosina wrote thanks russell, have to wait till next full moon to try and top this one :)
thanks for all your great comments, much appreciated Rosina :)
Rosina, ¿como se planifica una foto así?
Invierno (árbol sin hojas), una rama con forma de mano abierta hacia arriba,luna llena, cielo sin nubes. Y la cámara a mano!!!
Grazie Oscar sono molto contenta che ti piace questa foto :)
thanks jamar :)oo)
I have read thousand explanations for this photo, later I have seen your smile in another image. If you smiled of that way to the tree, the tree will take to the moon and any other thing that you had requested to him. Smile always thus and the moon will take to the tree. Thus it is of easy and it is not necessary “to look for three feet to the cat” as it is said in my town. Thanks Rosina for the tree, the moon and YOUR SMILE, Arturo.
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