Barely visible

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Comments (20)

Wolfgang Wodeck on April 11, 2009

Wonderful! Great photo! Great composition!

Best of


Art Anderson on April 11, 2009

Amelia, I love the pattern of sharply focused branches and leaf/flower buds that creates a decorative lace trellis that is barely visible until it is fully appreciated. The scene beyond the trellis is also a beautiful composition. Best regards. -Art

Henny Penny on April 12, 2009

I do like this one Amelia. Well done.

Cheers Jen

Ge Ko on April 12, 2009

Amelia, your title is misleading. I find this view of the landscape very interesting.

The discovery of the stimuli, that is that certain something.

Y* I think that this photo has earned praise.


Ge Ko

jac hendrix on April 12, 2009

Amelia Very nice landscape and great composition, i like it!!

Nice regards, Jac

laughingmackerel on April 12, 2009

Great title..and well worth looking through the trees :)

Marilyn Whiteley on April 12, 2009

"Now we see through a mirror, dimly ..."

Yes, I know it's not a mirror, but that's what springs to my mind as I look at this fascinating and beautiful photo. Cheers, Marilyn

Amelia Royan on April 14, 2009

Wolfgang - thank you so much for this Best of vote, there is some beautiful scenery behind this tracery of branches, and it will soon disappear behind the leaves.

Greetings, Amelia

Amelia Royan on April 14, 2009

Hello Art - in a few more days the scenery will no longer be visible until the late autumn once again. I was so lucky to catch it just in time :))

Greetings, Amelia

Amelia Royan on April 14, 2009

Dear Jen - the view will disappear soon, but the memory will linger on :)))

Greetings, Amelia

Olga I. Yakovenko on April 14, 2009

A lace of twigs!

Kris40 on April 14, 2009


Amelia Royan on April 15, 2009

Dear Olga - such a good description of this photo. In about a week the view will be obscured by leaves - so I was lucky to be here at this point :))

Greetings, Amelia

Suzi in Oregon on October 7, 2009

This image is quiet subtle perfection, Amelia - it has infused me with joy. Y* and Best of So pleased you were there when you were and had the skill to create this fine image :O)

Art Anderson on October 7, 2009

Amelia, This is a great shot for lace lovers, victorian lounge lovers, or just plain lovers with or without lace, because of its delicate complexity only partially veilng boldly earthy rural landscape. I returned to confer my Golden Star of Favorite. Best regards my friend. -Art

Amelia Royan on October 18, 2009

Kris40, many apologies for this extremely late reply. I am so pleased you like this photo, and thank you for your lovely comment, I really appreciate it :))

Amelia Royan on October 27, 2009

Thank you Suzi for the Y*, I loved looking down through the trees to the valley and hills behind :))

Cheers, Amelia

Amelia Royan on October 27, 2009

Thank you so much for this lovely compliment Marilyn, and your excellent description of this photo :))))

Warm greetings, Amelia

Amelia Royan on October 27, 2009

I know you have looked at this photo before Art, so thank you for returning with a Golden Star - as always, I love reading your comments :)))

Warm greetings, Amelia

Amelia Royan on January 18, 2010

From April Ge Ko, thank you so much for your lovely compliment and Y*. You have probably removed it by now, because of my rudeness - I'm so sorry I'm so late with this reply :((

Wolfgang, it seems that you are no longer with us on Panoramio - such a pity. Many thanks for the Best of vote :))

Dear Jac, you won't remember me - you have been totally ignored until now :)) Many thanks for your lovely comment. Even when I reply late, I still appreciate your visit my friend :)))

LM, I'm really pleased that you have looked through the trees to find the hidden joys of the scenery on the borders of England and Wales :))

I'm really sorry about these late replies!

Warm greetings to you all, Amelia

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 11, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Amelia Royan
    • Taken on 2009/04/11 15:15:53
    • Exposure: 0.006s (1/160)
    • Focal Length: 34.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash