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Dark Red and Light

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“Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light, know it for all you are worth.”
~George Eastman, American Inventor

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  1. You’ve posted the eternal question out here in NM “Red or Green?” BTW I think you would like several of my posts this past week starting with “Alone”. The post for tomorrow (it won’t post until Nov 1st) is really interesting.

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    • I love this quote as well πŸ™‚ I would miss the ocean terribly if I lived very far from it — Red, green and light … always a winning combination πŸ˜€ Thank you Lavinia ~

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  2. Oh my gosh, red or green chile? Green is the obvious choice unless it’s carne adovada, ☺ but as to the photo, the subject of the post, this is quite wonderful, such lovely, strong, contrasy colors

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  3. Couleur indeed. πŸ™‚ i’m so glad I’ve found. I missed your compositions.
    I’m also partial to doors (as you may have seen)
    Now this particular shot could have been called “the red-eye”.
    πŸ˜‰
    Have a lovely week.
    Brian

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  4. This shot is made for this quote (or is it, this quote is made for this shot…?!?). β€œEmbrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light, know it for all you are worth.” Do that and you can create magic with a camera…while the colors are great, the lock & handle makes this composition. Cheers ~

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    • Actually I think you’re the magician πŸ™‚ …but I must confess that I do have a fascination with doors and handles – initially I wanted to do a play on that — but then I thought of me in a changing hut trying to balance my camera and my backpack while protecting my cheddar popcorn from hungry, crafty seagulls – in love with red and enveloped afternoons shifting light … and somehow this just worked better.

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      • First there were flamingoes chasing you and now crafty seagulls πŸ™‚ This shot really is balanced so well and now I know the real reason why ~
        My sister also loves to shoot doors ~ and there is definitely an art to it (and you have it), as for me my good door shots just look like doors…my bad one like a shutter went off by mistake. Wish you a great Friday and coming weekend.

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      • ….I just realized…. I’m starting to notice a trend here…that’s sad hahahah— I am working on a post about the renegade gulls in question and HOPEFULLY it will come together OK — wildlife photography is not my specialty…
        PS – I can’t imagine any of your photos looking like a shutter went off by mistake — unless of course you were shooting a five foot blonde on the run from a famished flock of flamingos πŸ˜€

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      • With your talent behind the lens there is not doubt it will be great ~ and you start my weekend with a smile imagining a 5′ blonde running from flamingos πŸ™‚

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Wendy Stutzman, west517, west 517

Full time graphic designer, part time photographer, free time blogger- chasing the light and writing about some of my favorite things. Seeing life inspires me.

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