Suby & Sins House

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Sinem In The House

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Words and photography by Sinem

Anyone looking for the services of Suby as a Photographer, you know what to do..... (email me in case some are wondering what. LOL)

"Ars longa, vita brevis"

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Sinem In The House

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Words and photography by Sinem

Anyone looking for the services of Suby as a Photographer, you know what to do..... (email me in case some are wondering what. LOL)

"Ars longa, vita brevis"

comments (16)

  • P.J.
  • 19 Dec 2006, 08:36
Good color!
  • Louis
  • 19 Dec 2006, 11:03
The words are gone, the title is gone, the road got lost amongst the trees and even Suby is 'gone'. It all seems ominous to me - what is going on in the House? smile

Hi Sin - I don't know what you have done to the greens in this picture, but it looks great. Excellent framing (still don't miss Suby).
  • Sola
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 19 Dec 2006, 12:56
Very Serene, it brings peace to a troubled mind
  • nav
  • 19 Dec 2006, 13:11
Very nice shot
I have been here three times today to review, but this landscape does not jump at me as a Suby or Sinem shot. Maybe a different angle would have enhanced the pathway but not really sure.
nice place, neat composition!
There's something very Constable-esque about the lighting in this shot, and not a little of his content too. It's just missing a hay wagon and a cottage, or possible a barge, a mill or a white horse.

There appears to be a bit of smudgey work going on at the top of the left-most trees too.

As it stands, though, a serene piece of English countryside.
  • Mal
  • 19 Dec 2006, 14:21
My secret garden, is my immediate thought to this idilic scene. The path entering the trees makes me wonder, what is beyond. Mal
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 19 Dec 2006, 15:12
Lovely picture in the tradition of British landscape painters. This is quite the departure from the gritty street shots of last week.
  • jose
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 19 Dec 2006, 17:08
Does anyone recall the white picket fences of the Mid-West in "Blue Velvet"? Well, this could be the English equivilent. Or remember the film "Blow-up" when out of a much enlarged shot, Thomas (David Hemmings) discovers he's captured something he hadn't "seen"? There could be something similar going on in the dark shadows at the end of the path. I don't want images to spell everything out to me, I want them to start me off thinking. Jose
nice colors, loos like a very nice place to be!
  • Abi
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 19 Dec 2006, 17:52
Last minute comments scores out of 10= Compostion 9/10 Lighting 11/10 idea 8/10 Merri Xmas and A happy blogging new year
Where it takes the calm way to us? Pretty field, Sinem.
  • micki
  • United States
  • 19 Dec 2006, 20:28
Hey Sin, I like where you placed the path running through this shot. This looks like a lovely place to get away from the noise of city life.
hi Sin. There is something here that is arousing my suspicion that this is not a photo of a real scene, but rather a photo of a photo/print/painting. It may have something to do with the smudge as mentioned by Colin or the one in the right foreground. It may be that the sky looks painted as do the trees.If I am wrong, I apologise in advance, if I am right, fess up and congratulate me for being so observant!! LOL. regards, Neil.
Sinem, I thouroughly enjoyed your "These Streets" series. Not your usual stuff but very impressive. Merry Christmas to you and Suby. take care.

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