Sunday, January 2, 2011

painters know

of the multitude of colors in snow

12 comments:

Birdman said...
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Birdman said...

Such a well composed photo here. So many of your past images are so painter-worthy. This one for sure.

Malyss said...

First, I LOVE your yesterday's picture!! the kind I'd like to have as a poster on my wall to dream all the year long!
And about the today's picture, you must be yourself a painter in heart to see and let feel this beauty!

Small City Scenes said...

So true! MB

Sharon said...

That is so true. This makes me think of a painting by Sisley or Pissarro!

VP said...

I like the composition and the colors.

Sharon Creech said...

. . .and brattcat knows . . .

Jacob said...

Blue, blue, the snow is blue
Painted in strokes by
Someone named Hue.
But as we've known
From times of old
Caressed by the sun
The snow can turn gold!

For you, BC!

Irina said...

Painters also know who provides the images for inspiration.

Amin said...

Yes,You are right...
...many colors...

Bob Crowe said...

There is a story about a painter and an apprentice out in the mountains somewhere. The painter asked the student, "what color are the mountains?" The student says, "Brown, maybe with some green." The painter says, "you're not getting it. They're blue." The student looks completely puzzled. "Turn around," the painter says. "Bend over. Put your head between your knees and look backward. Now what color are the mountains?"

It's all a matter of perception

Randy said...

These are lovely. I can imagine all the photos you can get walking down this road.