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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Slough's edge


See the dragonfly?
I didn't, until I finished and posted.
Hint: click to enlarge, and then look again...and again.

12 comments:

Ed Maskevich said...

For some odd reason I love to paint grass. It becomes very meditative.

Refugee from Reason said...

This may well be the one for me. Maybe it reminds me (he says with some self-absorbtion) of some old work that I did once. In any event, I do very much like this one.

Gonçalo said...

I saw it. Good exercise for imagination.

Dave MacIntyre said...

This picture is magnificent in its simplicity...I love it!

The Tart said...

Beautiful! I do see it. ; )
This is one of my favorites!

Smooch,
The Tart
; )

Dick the Boomer said...

Thanks for leaving a comment at my place. I tried to leave one here earlier. I just wanted to say I like the illusion of movement. I can almost see the grass swaying and the clouds drifting in the breeze.

micki said...

That is way too cool! What a nice surprise.

jarvenpa said...

came here from marly's blog...what wonderful fun, what a great eye you have (and talent too). So I bookmarked the spot, and shall happily return.

MB said...

Never would have spotted that one if you hadn't mentioned it. I love the contrast of the sharp, clean edges of grass against the pearling clouds!

Knitting Painter Woman said...

I can smell the marsh. This is lovely. (even if I am still looking for the dragonfly...)

Lisa Call said...

Beautiful photograph! I love the lines (my thing these days) the grasses make.

Trevor Pitt said...

Did someone say they like to paint while on grass? That's terrible...there could be kids reading this. Then again, if kids ever take up oil painting they're gonna get high anyway. So what's the difference?

Dragonfly? I think I see the Batman signal! Duh-nu-nu-nuh...to the Batmobile, Robin...and don't snare your tights!