Sunday, January 18, 2009

Using one's imagination with landscape photography

Since my blog last week was a tad wordy in discussing Cascade Saddle my effort this week is decidedly pictorial, and the shots are basically the result of work done on myself to "see" things differently in relation to New Zealand landscape photography - from the eyes of a human through to those of a bee!

I've filed them under "abstract" and here I'm resisting labeling them so you can let your imaginations get some exercise like mine did to make them! If you have any emotional responses I'd love to see a comment, and I'm sure this would be of interest to other readers as well.

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This is my favourite - I like the way the blurriness to the left and the right takes my eye on a journey into the background...ab5.jpg

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Anonymous Cate said...

Hi there, I love your photos, I used to live in this area and am very familiar with it. I actually have a travel blog where I have been focusing on NZs uniqueness. I would love to use some of your pictures in my posts if you allow that. I will of course give full acknowledgment to you and your blog and link back to your site. Let me know your thoughts on this if you are interested.
Regards

January 21, 2009 at 11:31 PM  
Blogger Donald said...

Sure Cate, but please contact me on:

donald@icommunicate.co.nz

... to discuss a little further

Cheers

Donald

January 22, 2009 at 12:31 PM  

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