Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details (part II)

sea & rock

 

WHEN LOST IN THE DETAILS
A DREAMERS TALE PREVAILS
TO THE SENSITIVE EYE
EVERYTHING IS ALIVE

 

12 comments

  1. I relate to your being pulled to a certain place (in your case, Iceland) even though you don’t know yet what it is that’s pulling you. I had that experience with Bali last year – and went. And now I am there again by writing my travel memoir. Check my blog, if you are interested….

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    • Thanks, I’m looking at you Winter Magic Photos, that IS magical! Brilliant being back writing, I see you like the word simplicity too… it can at times be a seemingly complicated thing 😉

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  2. SeniSilat says:

    The first one is………… Bravo !

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    • Thank you so much! It is absolutely new to me to start playing with the art and possibilities of photos, before that I hardly never really looked into enhancing a photo… but found out, somehow along the way, there are some great ones to dive deeper into. I hugely enjoy it and it’s wonderful to get such warm feedback on the way. I was actually just “on my way” to pop over to look further into your photos, they are so incredible in their simplicity; the way you call out the aliveness, depth and “story” of a person… (p.s. had to remove the two small “nature-shapes” they are interesting, yet not adding only creating disturbance… 🙂

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  3. ehkstream says:

    I love that moment when the waves hit the wall, all the energy of flow suddenly changing 90 degrees. This photo captures it!

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  4. God Lord, your photos are incredible!!!! I love them, really. And, your words are very moving as well. Wow, keep up the great work!

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    • I’m smiling with a sound, love your expression! And thank you. Again. For your generous words and most welcoming encouragement here and there! This part is all new to me, a new and infinite world of creativity opening up diving deeper into the layers of life in this style of expression I didn’t even know I harbored (in the most positive sense). I’m excited to follow your blog and look much deeper into your work. It has a warm and profound feel to it.

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  5. rondje says:

    Ah, found it, thats pretty impressive, and dramatic for sure 😉
    Have a safe trip, Ron.

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  6. F.G.M. says:

    TO THE SENSITIVE EYE
    EVERYTHING IS ALIVE
    tout est merveilleusement dit!
    Merci!

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