impression of mustard : 2

Posted by
DULCIE (Danville, CA, United States) on 19 January 2010 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Danville CA ~ "Sinapis Arvensis" :-)

NIKON D90 1/2 second F/5.6 ISO 800 450 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Seraphine from San Francisco, United States

impression of mustard? no way!
it's cream dissolving into coffee.
isn't it?

19 Jan 2010 5:37am

ordinaryimages from Kentucky Bluegrass, United States

As embossed paper. best...jerry

19 Jan 2010 5:44am

Chris Pereira from San Jose, CA, United States

wow, this is beautiful, almost like something i'd find in an art museum

19 Jan 2010 6:53am

KriKridesign from Cully, Switzerland

pffffff!.......... 5*, Dulcie...

19 Jan 2010 8:47am

Mathilde Collot from Fontainebleau, France

A superb abstract tone on tone! Very successful!

19 Jan 2010 8:48am

✿ Anina ✿ from Auckland, New Zealand

Beautiful! Great processing

19 Jan 2010 8:54am

Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

Total abstraction but with a fabulous result. Very powerful!

19 Jan 2010 9:40am

larans from Lund, Sweden

Wonderful abstract, pure art......but may I have a small opinion? I think the "bumps"on the frame are a little to large and dark, they are somewhat disturbing and they draws the attention away from the main motive.

19 Jan 2010 10:09am

@larans: Thanks for your point of view...I wondered about those "bumps" myself, thinking they are a little distracting but then I decided to risk it. I will try another version. :-) I'm glad to have your feed back, ALWAYS !!

Florence from Paris, France

A great abstract finally !

19 Jan 2010 10:34am

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

...nice abstract...perhaps more like snow. :)

19 Jan 2010 1:55pm

Reflecteur from Gothenburg, Sweden

Artistic and beautiful abstract!

19 Jan 2010 2:47pm

LESLIE from norwich, United Kingdom

Very well processed image Dulcie

19 Jan 2010 3:02pm

jim from sebastopol, United States

very cool affect.. what is really interesting to me is how the image from yesterday appeared to be all about movement, while this version is all about form and volume.

19 Jan 2010 3:12pm

Self-Indulgence from Chicagoland, United States

The before and after are startling yet not. Lovely processing here, it has a very nostalgic, creamy [if not too strange of a word] feel.

19 Jan 2010 3:37pm

Laur from Clermont-Ferrand, France

Joli traitement

19 Jan 2010 4:03pm

k@ from Paris, France

Your image looks like a poem to me, a romantic one. Delicious*

19 Jan 2010 5:08pm

KriKridesign from Cully, Switzerland

So, you didn't answer to my question...You never thaught to make an exhibition?

19 Jan 2010 6:48pm

@KriKridesign: Yes, I would love to have an exhibition of my photos !! But I am still learning so much, and first have to arrange to get prints made, then find a venue, etc., etc. I hold it as a wonderful idea and possibility for the future. If you or anyone else has experience or information about how to proceed, I am open to suggestions ! :-) Thanks for being so encouraging, Christine !

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

So dreamy. Lovely photograph.

19 Jan 2010 7:27pm

Mohsen from Tehran, Iran


19 Jan 2010 8:18pm

KriKridesign from Cully, Switzerland

I can't suggest something to you but I can show you something wich could be amaising as a frraming!
Framing under plexiglas...seems fantastic...Sure you must have equivalent where you live! As soon as I've tried, I'll tell you how it looks...As this is something "very modern" I can imagine that would perfectly fit with your work!

19 Jan 2010 10:29pm

@KriKridesign: Terrific. I will be waiting for the report of your experience, and I will check out this web site, too. Thanks so much !

Charles Dastodd from Chicago, United States

A very lovely photo. it definitely seems a bit ethereal. and i love the effect!

20 Jan 2010 3:05am

M@ndy from London, United Kingdom

like a Victorian dream

24 Jan 2010 9:58am

1/2 second
ISO 800
450 mm (35mm equiv.)