8.02.2011

randoms


Everywhere is something which could be beautiful.  You must only to see and to know what and how to take off, to crop from the infinity.  Abstract, fine art, nature, landscape, and portrait photography.
~Florin Constantinescu

Tops lately:
~Films by Tyler Kalberg
~La Costa Gris by Salva Lopez
~wind & light by Brian W. Ferry
~La vraie vie est ailleurs by Jean-Baptiste Sinniger
~Snacks of the Great ScribblersSF Public Library by Wendy MacNaughton

camera: pentax k1000

14 comments:

  1. love that brian ferry link and love these photographs.

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  2. lovely shots, lovely tops! :-)

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  3. I really like your b / w photos. Thank you for sharing your tops. They are all very inspiring.

    Have a good week!

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  4. My head is in the cinema these days, and these photos (the first one especially so) read like beautiful film stills. Lovely.

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  5. this little opening in the trees is very optimistic :)

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  6. wild, how different the northwest looks in black and white. i think i love it.

    happy summer to you, alexandria.

    xo,
    molly

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  7. Hi - I have an award for you here: http://eveninglanterns.blogspot.com/2011/08/sunshine-award.html#more

    Love, love b/w pics!

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  8. Lovely quote. So true. It suits your photography.

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  9. The last picture, damm don't know the word in english...ormbunke in swedish looks just like a spine!

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  10. that "snacks of the great scribblers" is one of my favorite things, probably ever.
    -lp.
    ps: thanks for your note on my blog. i'm always flabbergasted that anyone is reading it.

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  11. Have been thinking of you all morning, how I've been missing these postcards. Hooray for the new home! Hope the move is coming along swimmingly.

    "to crop the inifinity" ... oh, that is wonderful.

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  12. your quotes always seem to hit a nerve.

    i have missed quite a few posts here, being away and then settling back into daily life. but i'm glad to know your place here - the calm beauty of your photographs, the quotes do me good. thank you!

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