Sunday, January 19, 2020

Exotica..



'Photography is the art of observation. It has
little to do with the things you see
and everything to do with the way you see them'.. Elliot Erwitt.

In Fremantle yesterday to buy something special, show you tomorrow, we wandered through the Fremantle Markets, a market not only for fresh produce and tempting morsels but also home to many exotic home-wares. In the multi-exposure above there are beautiful fabrics, hessian bags of aromatic coffee beans, coloured class lampshades, painted stones and necklaces made of jeweled beads.. and to thread it all together there is even a working loom. Separately the shots were alright, together they are 'bazaarly' exotic :) Happy Sunday, take care and stay safe..

29 comments:

  1. ...the way you see things is important!!!

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  3. A fine post! I'm sure we are all looking forward to tomorrow's. I understand what went wrong with my post and repaired it. Thanks for the heads up

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  4. So much to look at and observe, I'm sure that is the point of visiting markets along with lots to choose from and buy.

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  5. There's lots to see, the image is full of beautiful colours.

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  6. As if in a dream or after a knock on the head. Beautiful colours!

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  7. It looks full of hidden treasures, Grace!

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  8. It makes for an interesting image, love the color combination.

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  9. There is a lot to see in the photo.

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  10. Good to experiment with multiple exposures. The results are fun.

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  11. Fun photography. I like it. It has the market place feel.

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  12. Lovely. The lamps among the visual jumble give it that exotic feel.

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  13. Very exotic photo Grace. Have a great Sunday

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  14. I thought my eyes had left me blinded....:)

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  15. Great shot, Grace. Such a tempting place. "Despite" your chaotic shot I´m right there :-)
    I miss both, you and Freo.
    Oh. And Perth. And the cabin ;-)

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  16. Hello, I love all the colors, wonderful image! Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week ahead.

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  17. Your camera should drink more often ;-)

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  18. Very nice! I have no idea how you did this!

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  19. It is so colorful!
    The fabrics! No, there is eyes of the artist. ;)

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