E.J.Wilkins

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Shades

Taken in July, a very sunny day these 'shades' were most welcome.

Shades

Taken in July, a very sunny day these 'shades' were most welcome.

comments (13)

  • Elsie
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Oct 2006, 01:26
Nice colours here, i really like the composition.
EJWilkins: Thanks, the colours were fabulous to see. smile
  • Frank
  • Netherlands
  • 16 Oct 2006, 03:41
Loks like giant flowers... Nice picture.
EJWilkins: Thanks Frank smile
  • Jeevan
  • India
  • 16 Oct 2006, 04:58
Very good shot! Good colours.
EJWilkins: Thanks Jeevan smile
  • Tinuke
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Oct 2006, 06:29
Nice capture Ellie, good work as usual.
EJWilkins: Thanks Tinuke, that's very kind of you. *blush*
  • E Etomi
  • Nigeria
  • 16 Oct 2006, 07:15
Cool capture. Love the colours
EJWilkins: Thanks Etomi, the colours were lovely. smile
And a very colourfull shot too.
EJWilkins: Thank you Florence.
  • chunter
  • United Kingdom
  • 16 Oct 2006, 08:19
Lots of elements that I like here that make this work for me. I like the converging lines that give it depth. I'm quite keen on vanishing points. They also create the diagonals that I often try to incorporate to make a lively shot - even for a static subject such as this one.

I also love that colour; what would you call it - burnt umber?

Well seen.
EJWilkins: Thanks, I tried several shots and this was the one that worked for me, showing these giant parasols(?) at their best.
I suppose it would be called burnt umber, but in reality it's probably slightly faded orange. *grin*
  • chris p
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Oct 2006, 10:25
Well done Ellie, really good capture here. smile

My only comment would be the crop, you could have perhaps gone a bit tighter on both sides - to the edge off the pillar on the right and the corner of the shade on the left?

Chris
EJWilkins: Thanks Chris.
I spent ages trying to work out where to/not to crop, and hesitated in case I took too much away. I think you're probably right. smile
  • nev
  • Australia
  • 16 Oct 2006, 13:31
i like the lines here like flowers in a row. did you try shooting one from underneath looking up. just thought it might looka little like a frank lloyd wright lilly pads colummns from underneath
EJWilkins: You know, I didn't! Wasn't that just plain stupid of me! I hope we'll go back there before too long and I'll try some shots from beneath them. THanks for the comment Nev, and the idea. smile
I like the perspective and the sense of space that I can feel.
EJWilkins: Thanks, these are so huge yet they didn't seem to dominate the area and make it feel claustrophobic.
  • Samarth
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Oct 2006, 23:27
my kinda shot, perfect absteract...8/10
EJWilkins: Cor, thanks Samarth. I'm pleased you like it. smile
  • Suby
  • UK, Milton Keynes
  • 16 Oct 2006, 23:57
It is a giant flower in disguise grin

Sweet capture

Suby
EJWilkins: Thanks Suby smile
  • Jimbo
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • 14 Mar 2007, 15:18
Sweet one, Ellie. The perspective is stunning. Where was this taken?

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