Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Ripples at Mawson Park.....!

I kind of like this image because it reminds me of a painting done in the 'Pointillism' style, do you see it? and also for the many contrasting shades of Aussie green and gold in the ripply reflections. Well here we are at middle point of the week again, hope you have a great Wednesday, I have a feeling mine will be fantastic.....! It's heating up again in Perth, 35C yesterday.....

39 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous, Grace!! And it does look like a painting! Isn't it exciting to be able to capture something like this? I love it! Sounds as though you're going to have a great Wednesday and I'm so glad! We all need those days!! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  2. un tres beau reflet melancolique

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  3. I really want to turn this photo upside down. The trees look very regal.

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  4. Good one Grace - it does look like a pointillist painting!

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  5. I had to look up the "Poitillism" style...learned something new today...again! Lovely, just absolutely lovely photo! I would LOVE to be able to paint something like that...but would also love to have that photograph framed and hanging in my house! Great job - have a wonderful week!

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  6. Yes, it is sort of Seurat-ish. Was there a rippleism as well as pointillism? Georges didn't go in much for reflections, though.

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  7. Very nice reflection and it does make me thing of a painting.

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  8. Indeed, it DOES look like Pointillism! Good catch, Grace!

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  9. yes! like a painting!


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  11. I really have little time now. I'm sorry that I was not longer on your blog. Have you missed me on the blog. Thank you for your comment. Refugees in the photos that you often regret. I hope to find a new world and life. The life which is common in civilized democratic countries. I wish you a nice second half of the week. / Peter.

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  12. Bonza reflection photo, what i like about it is ripple effect :-).

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  13. Belle photo impressionniste ou pointilliste, en effet ! 35°? I'll stay in the water all day! :-)

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  14. I think more impressionist, but it is certainly beautiful. And I agree with 'ciel' about staying in the water.

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  15. Wow. Beautiful reflection.

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  16. I see what you mean, and a lovely post it makes Grace. Back to 12C and wet here ;-(

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  17. Wonderful reflections. Stay cool!

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  18. Fantastic shot!

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  19. I once did a needlepoint of reflection like that .. so pretty ..

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  20. I see it! A fantastic reflection. :)

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  21. This reflection is so beautiful, fantastic colors.

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  22. I have tried painting a little in a pointillism style. It is tough.

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  23. The kind of picture that gives me the desire to try to paint..
    35°?! fffff....Already far too hot!

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  24. though not familiar with paintings, but tnx to you, I learn something today. ^0^
    the reflection just looks calming and soothing.

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  25. I like this a lot...looks like an oil painting (whatever else one might call it). Great colors and dramatic light. It will be 88 degrees F here today. We just finished the 4th warmest March on record. The lower 48 states were 8.6 degrees above normal for March!

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  26. Fabulous shot Grace. I love to when there is no wind and it is possible to get captures like this. I am really over this hot weather though. Role on winter....Hope that you had a wonderful day and enjoy the rest of your week.

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  27. I'm with Andrew, It's a beautiful shot, and the urge to turn it upside down is strong :)

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  28. brilliant photo... really nice, and yes, it looks like a painting...
    I hope you're well,my best regards

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  29. I think you can almost see the brush strokes!

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  30. Beautiful reflections in this one, Grace! Enjoy the rest of your week!

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  31. Wonderful ! Thank you, as it has been probably years since last I thought about such pieces of art. Please have a good Thursday ahead.

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  32. An impressive set of greens...

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  33. What a perfect shot! Great color, reflection and texture.

    Darryl and Ruth :)

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