The Confined Universe…An inspiration

This shot was inspired by one of my most favorite blogger…kerryl29

I dare to take this opportunity to urge my dear readers to not miss his blog.

http://lightscapesphotography.wordpress.com/

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About NgTom

Three fundamental constituents support my life; they are literature, philosophy and photography. And I am rather glad that I don't really need them to sustain my living. But, it only implies my incompetent.
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13 Responses to The Confined Universe…An inspiration

  1. kerryl29 says:

    I’m honored, Tom. And I really like what you’ve done with this image. Nice framing with the foreground foliage, a clear sense of depth given the inclusion of the background tree line, a minimum of mergers (very difficult given the subject matter) to retain a helpful sense of simplicity and, of course, wonderful mood…helped immeasurably by the monochromatic presentation. And, as always, an appropriate title selection. Really, really nice work.

  2. NgTom says:

    Thanks, Kerry.
    Yours words are warm in a chilling winter night…

    • seekraz says:

      That’s a nice way to put it, Tom…words from Kerry…warm in a chilling winter night…so appropriate. He’s a fantastic photographer. 🙂

      And you are doing very well with his inspriting you…beautiful photo. 🙂

  3. Nice contrast: misty grey atmosphere punctured by the sharp fronds

  4. kianys says:

    What an amazing shot – It almost feels like the silence before a storm 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by my place earlier – Since I like what I see here I plan on being back

    🙂 K.

  5. Vika says:

    Great photo! Like the muted colors and contrast between light and dark.

  6. LadyT says:

    makes me think of a stormy day, great shot!

  7. Merry Sheng says:

    Appreciate it for all your efforts that you have put in this. Very interesting information. “Never grow a wishbone, daughter, where your backbone ought to be.” by Clementine Paddleford.

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