Frog's Eye View of the Grass Forest
- mamcg (9843)
- [2009-05-01 18:39]
the reflection creats more beauty in this shot as the red, orange and yellow leaf give a touch of colour, well composed.
- goldyrs (11497)
- [2009-05-01 18:55]
This is such a lovely composition, and so beautifully executed, Bob!Very proud to be your neighbour, bro!
Yep,these arty shots of yours certainly do have plenty to entertain the eye.
I love the colours in those background trees.
I guess they must be maples or somethng?
Nice work again.
Cheers & TFS
Bob, as Peter Gabriel says in one of his most famous songs: "Kiss That Frog!" And from this frog's eye view you certainly got close enough to do just that. Wonderful creativity. Hope you had your camera strapped on your neck, just in case you might have let go!! :o)
JoeGoff, Louisville, KY
- fragman (43778)
- [2009-05-01 23:50]
interesting angle, TFS Ori
- luciola (4193)
- [2009-05-02 7:21]
Interesting photo, interesting POV, nice reflection in the water. Beautiful colours.
Hello Bob, I loved being a frog for a few minutes, transporting myself into an new world. Great shot, once again, with beautiful colours and nice quiet reflections. In effect, this seems like a frog's view of the world, I wonder if they see with so many colours! I'd love to be a frog and look at this. Thanks again,
Obviously, the frogs see the best view there Bob, again a fine set of reflections my friend, but what a tremendeus difference a slight change in lighting produces...
This image gives me the feeling I missed on the previous image I critiqued of yours. I absolutely love this shot, I wish that I had taken it. Very strong DOF and use of vertical lines. The reeds do not send the viewer up out of the frame but deep into the image to the red and gold colors. The reflection deepens the image giving the viewer a sense of depth not captured in may refelctions. This isn't merely a reflection, but another line down expanding the frame.
- rapidshot (2844)
- [2012-06-01 20:36]
Hi Bob. Just an amazing POV. The only thing that would have made this shot more interesting is if part of the lens was below the water. LOL Terrific shot Bob. TFS Trevor