And this is what I was shooting right before Mr. Rabbit (see yesterdays post) decided to introduce himself. Well my friends, it’s Saturday morning, I’ve been up for a few hours already and am just sitting in-front of blank space…words are just not flowing, perhaps it’s time to make a lame attempt to catch more shut eye (hey, it is the weekend)!
f/5 | 1/200 | iso 50 | 100mm Macro Lens
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Fences are so photogenic aren’t they? I’ve been a bit obsessed with them myself lately. Nicely done, David. Great shot. 🙂
Thank you Caryn!
Great shot. Great fence. Similar in some ways to these shots from last summer: http://burntembers.wordpress.com/2011/10/11/garden-wire-backgrounds/
Just checked them out, I can see the similarities and thank you for sharing!
Hey David, not trying to ride on your blog viewership here, but rather to entertain you a bit. Here is some more plastic mesh fencing – a relative (distant?) of your the one you photographed. I don’t think you would find this picture all that similar though 🙂
Don’t think there are many words needed for this one David. Greatly creative and like two photographs in one.
😀 Thank you Brandon.
The way the DOF turned out, it gives a very dream-like quality to the wires. Almost as if it’s flowing.
I totally agree, certainly does feel like it’s flowing. Thank you for the comment.
Very nice way to split the composition David.
Thank you, I had actually been looking for a fence like this for the series, glad I was able to find one. 😀
really fine interpretation, i liked your idea, so creative so wonderful in the result, awesome your selective focus and effect created
Wow, thank you so very much Fabrizio!!