"...and when I come to the garden ground
the whir of sober birds
up from the tangle of withered weeds
is sadder than any words"
Robert Frost || A Late Walk
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beautiful black and white! I love the fisheye! I really like how the fence draws your eye through the frame and how the open gate invites you to enter.
22 Oct 2010 5:43am
This is so damn good, Sharon! Your great art combined with one of my favourite poets. Got me uop this morning & it will pull me through this day. Outstanding post, outstanding composition! Can't help but love this pearl. All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.
22 Oct 2010 6:29am
excellent mysterious adventure
Although, technically, a fish-eye is the opposite to a microscope, I always feel that it is just as forensic in the study of a moment. I feel it here.
22 Oct 2010 6:33am
Marvelous. The fish eye lens makes everything coalesce at the center of this garden path.
I especially enjoy the abundance of leaves layering the ground in the dappled light !
22 Oct 2010 6:36am
22 Oct 2010 6:47am
I think the lomo fish eye is really fitting for this motiv, gives it avery special look. The patterns made by the leaves on the ground is so great.
22 Oct 2010 7:00am
That eye of fish shows the “garden to us of the delights”. A great full photo and extraordinary B&N of intense black.
22 Oct 2010 7:44am
Looks like the view out of a security camera.
22 Oct 2010 8:21am
Very nice shot!
22 Oct 2010 8:39am
superbe sharon, un peu flippant, genre ELm street, mais superbe, j adore^^
22 Oct 2010 9:47am
A wonderful B&W capture Sharon! Your use of a fisheye provides a wonderful sense of openness and the gate invites us in. Well done! ;-)
22 Oct 2010 11:59am
Very nice... like the carpet of leaves on the ground.
22 Oct 2010 12:50pm
This is a very interesting treatment of this subject. There's a lot to see here.
22 Oct 2010 1:05pm
Unique shot and sight, well done.
22 Oct 2010 1:29pm
22 Oct 2010 1:49pm
This looks like a scene from a b-horror-flick, where someone is lurking through the peephole of a door, waiting to grab a passer by.... Nicely done!
22 Oct 2010 2:33pm
Or how to find lines in the circle, I love this carpet of leaves like a tapestry ;)
22 Oct 2010 7:30pm
terrific. i love the fisheye
22 Oct 2010 7:49pm
Nice capture fish-eye
23 Oct 2010 12:11am
The fish eye gives this a real story book feel...alice in wonderland
23 Oct 2010 3:19am
@Macrobaby: Thanks Rhonda! Yeah...down the rabbit hole ;-)
Friggin' cool! But any poet who finds birdsong sad ... is one seriously dour lad ;p.
23 Oct 2010 4:38am
cool fisheye, man thats alot of leaves lol
23 Oct 2010 6:15am
Like in a womb. Dead leaves & living ones still on the trees altogether. And the gate is open. So inviting. I (personally) don't see anything sad here, the light is bright, the mood so cosy especially now that i enter the house, tea & candles, a thick blanket, a dog. Love to feel back in that original round place (round place from the origins, i mean). Thanks for the feel & nice w-e, Sharon*
23 Oct 2010 7:27am
I love this, witch kind of lense did you used for this effect ?
23 Oct 2010 8:50am
@RORO: Thank you! It was taken with a lomo fisheye camera which is a 35mm camera.
Is it a fish eye lens? It sure gives it a very intriguing look. I also like the patterns the leaf makes on the ground.
23 Oct 2010 8:00pm
@Frida: Thanks Frida! This is a lomo fisheye camera...a plastic film camera that I have so much fun with. There is always a kind of "freedom" I feel when I use any of my lomo cameras.
What a neat perspective. It makes this scene look kinda spooky!
23 Oct 2010 8:32pm
Awesome...simply awesome...I love it!
23 Oct 2010 8:47pm
nice wide angle shot, inviting me to the house! :)
23 Oct 2010 8:54pm
Fantastic effect, I like it very much!
24 Oct 2010 8:48am
So very creative!! Love the fisheye effect..and especially how you've rendered this in b&w!!!
24 Oct 2010 6:47pm
Fish eye in B&W is so interesting!
25 Oct 2010 12:18am
picket fences just beg to be photographed. you've captured this one beautifully.
25 Oct 2010 2:59am
25 Oct 2010 3:04am
that is a nice view!
26 Oct 2010 2:34am
The fisheye is great here !!! Love it in B/W !!!
26 Oct 2010 7:59pm
Wow, this is wonderful! This looks so old. Great stuff.
27 Oct 2010 9:28pm
Great effect with your fisheye and b/w. I love the focus on the fence.
23 Nov 2010 9:53pm
Love this one. I instantly thought of Boo Radley's house in "To Kill a Mockingbird".
9 Jan 2011 7:20pm
I like the fish eye perspective in this shot. Well done.
20 Jan 2011 5:58pm
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