Again, your composition tells the story of an artistic photographer, Dagmar.
thank you for your nice compliments, Ian. I am a watercolor artist and I'd guess that helps with composition :) and living in Maine gives me plentyful material to shoot away and paint to my heart's content.
All the best, and thank's again!
It is special, Dagmar, that I keep discovering artists in Panoramio. It seems that I spark from the distinctive elements that artists bring to photogrpahy. It was the play with colour and remarkable cropping of Juan Jose Romero that made me respond to his work before I knew him to be a professional artist. And Anita Skinner's sensitivity and passion for Yorkshire's landscape had the hallmarks of special artistry that made her work special for me... while another artist changes the rules of composition and creates memorable and pleasing images...and others..etc
And your compositions are special. I keep learning so much from the artists among us.
That's not to say that I underestimate the creativity and art of some brilliant photographers for whom the camera is their brush and easel. For the great photographer of last century, Cartier-Bresson, "the camera [was] a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity.."
I hope you enjoy Panoramio conversations and develop a network of conversationalists.
PS: I am adding your folio into My Favourites, so I can try to stay in touch with you and observe you uploads regularly.
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