Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by Craig20264, Jul 4, 2017.
Russian painter famous / notorious for, amongst other things, painting a black square, not unlike how your 3 offerings appears on my screen. Google him.
Didn't recognise the spelling - I know him as Malevich. Some truly fantastic paintings in his life's work.
Painting with light.
Something for the weekend?
Something for the weekend by Tony Evans, on Flickr
Sea light seems to have a special quality - especially when one is halfway through a radio therapy course
I was trying to anglicize the german transliteration of his name!
Oh yum yum yum!! Love it.
I've been a little remiss in posting in this theme so far, so perhaps a couple of older ones while more recent efforts are awaiting a bit of sorting out.
Some storm light:
Scout Moor 2 by Jeff Johnson, on Flickr
...and something from the blue hour (why do they call it that?) at Pegwell Bay in Kent:
Pegwell Bay Small by Jeff Johnson, on Flickr
Casts a shadow
...and rounding off my short stroll down memory lane, one from a couple of months ago...taken on genuine film while testing a new-to-me Nikon F:
Paddling by Jeff Johnson, on Flickr
I love it up there. I keep meaning to walk up to the turbines, so far only driven by it.
If you like them so much why not have a some put up in your back garden? I saw the pictures you posted yesterday and it looks as if you've got room for a couple of dozen!
Seriously though, they're not all that great close up - if you want to have a look at them with some decent photographic surroundings I'd suggest taking a walk around Naden Middle and Upper reservoirs at Greenbooth.
Haha. I might be one of those people that really don't mind turbines. I love seeing them. Driving through Europe you see thousands of them on hill ridges etc. They fascinate me.
Thanks for the tip re a walk. I might just do that.
If there was no light, there'd be no reflections.
reflections by Nigel G, on Flickr
Can someone please help me with editing my posts? I cant find the edit function. Thanks.
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