It must be a very heavy chair, Ryan! Beautiful photo! Chair with shadow, very neat from this angle! The colours of the stones make a nice contrast to the chair! They do have treasures in Missouri! A yellow star! Btw. I often forget to tell about them ;-)
May, I found this chair in this spot and took a couple photos. Then, to be clever, I moved it around to different places to try to take better photos. But when I looked at them later, this first one was the only one that didn't look posed. I can't place what it is, but there's some quality about things that are left vs. things that are placed that is very easy for our eyes to distinguish.
Thanks, May, and thanks for the star! Greetings, Ryan
Yes, that's true, Ryan! And you have the special gift to recognize this quality! I often walk around and take you with me, I mean your way of looking at things. You should actually notice it. ;-)
Linda foto Ryan! Siempre tienes un ojo artístico para tus tomas que me gusta mucho...y fue la primera la más acertada por lo que cuentas... Saludos, Claudia.
¡Muchas gracias, Claudia, por tu cumplido! Me alegre que te gusta esta. Un saludo amistoso para ti, Ryan
You are very original picture Ryan !Very nice!
Hi Ryan !
Nice shot, I like Your cadrage, and the projection of shadow on the ground, the light on stone and metal.
Handcrafted Objects are beautiful, don't you think ?
Thanks, Stéphane! Yes, I agree. Things made by hand are always more interesting to look at, and they carry something in them of the hands that made them. They all have a story to tell.
Your collection is very inspiring! Congratulations!
Thank you, Nuhsarche! Greetings
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