Monday, April 1, 2013

It takes a lot of time























5 comments:

  1. Nice images Billy. I especially like the Red Chair.

    Beautiful grasses mixed with rebar that looks like spiders, nice contrasts.

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  2. I am really into some of these scenes you portrayed, and all are great. The resemblance to drier areas of the SW into Texas are uncanny - esp grasses and bolder texture plants, or the reused items for sculpture.

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  3. 3, 4, 7 and 2nd to the last are my picks. Vignette works in some cases and the high contrast and saturation works sometimes too. Stay creative.

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  4. Number 3,4, 7 and 2nd to the end are my faves. Stay creative - the vignettes and high contrast and saturation is a different look.

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  5. David Cristiani said...
    I am really into some of these scenes you portrayed, and all are great. The resemblance to drier areas of the SW into Texas are uncanny - esp grasses and bolder texture plants, or the reused items for sculpture.

    Thanks David..I get so much more enjoyment and inspiration from weather hammered vegetation etc..I like to use plants which stress 'well'..the beauty of so many plants in their stress 'look' surpasses all that garden stuff we are led to believe is garden perfection...umm no need for me to expand on that..just look in just about any garden book or magazine! I think i need to get across to see your part of the usa..my kind of 'look'! Any org need a speaker?

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