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Sunday, January 3, 2010

Bird Bath @ Monochrome Weekly

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Late afternoon, as Doods and I were quietly strolling in a cemetery, we saw this old weather-beaten bird bath. Despite the crooked bird sculpture and the rust foaming at the center of the bird bath, the sight managed to remind me of birds happily chirping. Or perhaps there really were birds chirping hidden within the trees. The quietness of the cemetery magnifies the volume of whatever sound exist. . .

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~  Tes  ~

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful Bird Bath. You made it more dramatic by black and white :)

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  2. beautiful Tes, hey, thanks for this wonderful post, and it's like you are making the most of the last day before we go back to reality, hehehe!!

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  3. I like that, the monochrome really brings out the details of the little birds.

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  4. The bird bath is still beautiful, Tes..and monochrome for this picture is perfect.

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  5. amazing Tes. the colors are awesome

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  6. this photo is very sad but beautiful

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  7. your monochrome is beautiful Tesya, keep it up girlash! :)

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  8. You know what fascinates me with your photos is your style of transforming a very simple object to making it looks interesting. Seems to me you have the knack of seeing things in a different perspective and using your talent in photography to relay the message.

    This is one of those shots that stays in my head, together with the bench covered with snow, the boots in the cemetery, the leaf that was floating in the air, the injured dog, the empty vase in your garden.

    Something I want to explore too.

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