Through the Field
|Copyright: Steven Wymer (Scribble)
|Date Taken: 2005-10-30|
|Exposure: f/3.5, 1/100 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-07-10 0:09|
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This dosn't really tell a story, it has no real body to it, It would be cool if it had an animal or a person sitting there or something like that, cool colors though.
Well; the story is there! For instance a place of crime or a secret place for lovers; the are now hiding deep in the grass. Just use the phantasy to bring in the facts.
I like such an empty place; triggering my imagination. The overexposed sky brings the tension.
Steven; go on experimenting; follow the eyes; your taste is good enough.
I agree with Huub. This is a good experimental piece. The saturation makes it appear somewhat outer wordly. One of the more famous pieces by Albrecht Durer is an etching entitled 'das kleine rasenstuck'. It was a advancement in art at that time, considering the subject matter (and absence of a story). I think nearly 400 years later it should be acceptable to present a simple mood picture, and as Huub says, the story is implied. Very Romantic.