7.31.2012

nature-ish...


We need the tonic of wildness...
~Henry David Thoreau

These are a few views from last week.  The blue tree trunks, a project by Konstantin Dimopoulos in downtown Seattle, look so wild to me as if they came from a dream.  It'll be intriguing to see how they appear once Autumn arrives with her colours of red and gold.  

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camera: polaroid mio

20 comments:

  1. wow those trees are awesome! i love how you captured the blue hue subtly.

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  2. I keep looking back at these blue trunks... So intriguing. Good quote, as usual. I know I enjoy wildness. I really liked Tokens. Thanks. Off to check out Maira now.

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  3. The blue trunks look so mysterious. I am sure autumn this year would be more than just colourful. :-)
    Love the shot from the window.

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  4. I love to see how these photos glow! Just the right kind of tonic I guess :)

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  5. love these photos and am excited about the maira videos.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful. Full of so much emotion as always.
    Ronnie xo

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  7. beautiful. the blue trunks look great.

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  8. makes me
    miss
    seattle.
    sigh.

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  9. wow. those trunks are incredible. all of these images do indeed seem so dream like.

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  10. Wow. those blue tree trunks are neat!

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  11. gorgeous!! i love how the second shot is has two 'frames': the window frame around the trees outside, and the frame of the photograph itself.... :)

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  12. I'm so careless. Didn't even notice the blue tree trunks when I first look at it.

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  13. Beautiful! The light looks pretty dreamy too.

    Emily x

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  14. Very dreamy. Beautiful.

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  15. interesting project... I love how the blue stands out in a first photo!

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  16. It will be nice to see the sky through leaves. Your mustle in backneck is looking forward to getting the chance.

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  17. i keep coming back to this set. so, so good.

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  18. you have also wonderful photographs here.. and you are from seattle? i love the us west coast..

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