Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Sandwiched


Walking on a wooded trail above Lake Banook the other day,
I looked down at the lake and liked the composition of this scene.....
the lines and the curves framed/sandwiched between the green of the tree
and the green grass below.

Gotta love colour after all the 'white' we had here for months.


19 comments:

  1. This could very well be a " Landscape quilt ", perfect for fabric layers. I can see it taking shape already.

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    1. I ought to commission you to make it, Jean! As if you have the time to take on something like this.
      I know, I could do this too! I will take your advice and 'file' it under potential quilt projects'.
      Thanks. And so happy to hear things are on the up and up.

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  2. I so love the works of art you create. And I love Nancy J's inspiration taken from this.

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    1. And I love the compliments too, Mitchell. As you are aware, I am sure, when I pass or see something that hits me between the eyeballs, I have no choice but to 'capture' it. I cannot walk on by.......as Dionne Warwick once said.

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  3. A very serene view Jim! I love the tint you have used.

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    1. I was as serene as it looks here, Craig. Very calm.
      I used an edit called 'Cross Process' which is on Picasa.

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    2. Picasa really is an excellent tool for a free programme, I love it!

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  4. Great shot, Jim! And I'm so with you on appreciating the colour after a long winter.

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    1. Thanks Martha. I know, what a treat for the eyes after months of WHITE!

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    1. It sure is, Pat. I am happy we 'discovered' this spot last year.

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  6. "Banook" must be a native word, eh? Do you know what it means?

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    1. Banook is a Mi'kmaq word meaning 'First Lake'...in the Shubenacadie Canal system in Dartmouth.

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    2. You're a fount of knowledge -- thanks!

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  7. Lovely shot, notice the waves change next to the decking. I like it!

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    1. Oh yes, that decking/wharf acts as a barrier to stop/control the rough water near the beach.

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  8. That dock is compelling! This composition has powerful horizontal lines harpooned with color! Nicely done, Jim!

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  9. Lovely composition jim, and yes love those colors of spring and soon to be summer!

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  10. Hi Y'all!

    Oh what a beautiful spring like photo.

    Y'all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

    http://www.browndogcbr.net

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