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Model: my muse Jelena, high on a roof
wide open @ƒ/1.4 | available light | manual exposure and focusing
An orange or mandarin tree in a suburban garden seen against a big green wall across the street.
Bear with me as I work my way through my workload and to the time I can visit and comment and reciprocate. Thank you for your patience with me.
Thank you, Flickr friends. This photo has hit 500+ views and 50+ faves in less than a day. Wow.
Edit: 780/65 in two days. Thanks!
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Via dei Fori Imperiali, Rome
Orange is a combination of yellow and red. Orange is considered a warm color like red, but to a lesser extent; orange expresses energy. It has luminous qualities and has been used for attention-getting purposes, such as on caution signs.
Orange brings up memories of fall leaves, pumpkins and Halloween. It symbolizes balance, warmth, enthusiasm, vibrance, flamboyancy, and is demanding of attention.
Excerpt from Colors and Moods
An impressionnist photo safari concentrated mainly on a daily basis (or almost) on my small piece of planet of 55 000 square feet…!!! A Thoreau "waldennienne" approach…!!!
Un safari photo impressioniste au quotidien concentré essentiellement (ou presque) sur un petit morceau de planète de 55 000 pieds carrés…!!! Une démarche "waldennienne" à la Thoreau…!!!
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A flower cannot blossom without sunshine, and man cannot live without love.- Max Muller.
Happy Fence Friday!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Muy buen fin de semana!
Seen in Paris, France.
This is a "natural" photograph.
Orange lily shining in the after noon sun in Garden of Five sense in New Delhi
Everything is blooming most recklessly;
if it were voices instead of colors,
there would be an unbelievable shrieking
into the heart of the night.
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926)