Monday, January 31, 2011

nature's texture

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Nature's own texture always insist me to look closer. To frame and capture.
Sometimes I look for something different.
A bit of a vintage look, a touch of a painted canvas.  It makes me feel like the pictures I look at everyday are a part of a huge public museum where I am the one who chooses which one goes up on the wall.
Mahoney Photography WA's picture absolutely captures that for me.
It is the not-so-ordinary use of texture, that inspires me in his picture and makes me even want to delve deeper into it.

See you in 9 days,
suki of sukiphotographyblog

Oregon Coast
Oregon Coast by Mahoney Photography WA

12 comments:

Kat Sloma said...

I agree with you Suki! Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

Anika said...

Yes, sometimes you can't even tell there's a texture but a great feel about a photo is created. These are both lovely!

Ashley Sisk said...

I love the canvas texture in both of these images...it's so subtle but really does add that vintage touch. Very nice!

Matthew May said...

I really like the 1st one a lot..very nice. :)

Anna said...

Love these photos! The addition of textures and often their warming quality, does give the look of old paintings with mellowed varnish.

mosey said...

Both soft and beautiful images, Suki.

Tammy Lee Bradley said...

Reminds me of a vintage postcard and "summering" at the beach. :)

maureen said...

I love the look of both images so much. I love the feel textures give to an image, like you said, it makes them feel much more like works of art.

Life with Kaishon said...

Very pretty Sandra. I love what you did with the wheat grass! Lovely!

urban muser said...

amazing photos. a beautiful showcase of nature.

April said...

Both of these are absolutely lovely!

Kirstin said...

Oh wow, all that nostalgic feeling of Summer. Beautiful.

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