Tuesday, October 09, 2007

General Pattern

Don't Be A Square, Look At This Trellis

Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON


I took this photograph at the Munro Street Nursery in Coburg, a suburb in the north of Melbourne. I was walking down the street to my car when I noticed the effect of the strong sunlight. I was doubly intrigued because I had to look carefully to see where the trellis ended and where the shadow began. See what I mean?

Click here: Pentax K100D, Shutter speed 1/350, F8, ISO speed 200.

10 comments:

Helena said...

Yeah, I see what you mean! I bet it would look good blown up really big and in a frame, too!

Mike said...

Very clever shot. You have a good eye.

Melissa said...

Great shot David. I like the shadows and the sunlight.

CHEWY said...

It's hip to be square.

Corey~living and loving said...

it really is amazing the things we see.....when we are actually looking for them, yes?

Jeni said...

I find your photos to be very intriguing and plan to show your blog to my son as a means to let him see the different things you do with a camera and how he, with his eye for the different little things many of us don't notice, could use a camera in much the same way. He has an artist's eyes when it comes to things like that - very perceptive -and I think he could use your blog for a lot of learning and inspiration too.

Akelamalu said...

That's a really great shot David.

indicaspecies said...

I loosen up. *smile*

A beautiful shot David. The shadow of the latticework looks fabulous.

smilnsigh said...

Ohh, I think I'm getting vertigo! ,-)

Mari-Nanci

Epijunky said...

I really like this one... I'd love to have it enlarged and hanging in my office...

This can't possibly be the first time you've been asked but do you sell prints?