Tuesday, May 3, 2011

of gardens and walking paths

on the ground

bringing water

bamboo grass in the sun

ceiling of vines

in the garden

under the spanish moss

the architecture of gardens
(yashica mat-124, fuji pro 400)

18 comments:

  1. I love the roof with vines on it, it could be an interesting idea for a living room with lot of sunlight comes inside. Is it an abandoned building?

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  2. Gosh, that could be any part of the [lush, secluded, mysterious] world!

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  3. these look so great. they could be straight out of one of these stylish magazines. wonderful.

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  4. This looks wonderful. I especially like the first three. I like photos that have been made ​​close to the ground.

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  5. beautiful studies…..and a beautiful camera!

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  6. Great garden study wouldn't mind be amongst that greenery now.

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  7. Wonderful perspective in these. And I love love love all the green :-)

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  8. this is our favorite garden that has been beautifully cultivated for long walks (and is one of the few my daughter can enjoy as it has areas that are paved). it goes on for a good mile or more in some areas, deep into the woods, featuring all sorts of different plant life and done in such a way as to seem more natural rather than planned. it is a wonderful place to spend time and bring a book if you are so inclined. or 3 or more cameras, if that's your passion :)

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  9. I am in love with that roof! It looks like a secret garden...

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  10. Looks like you have a perfect place for a walk. It looks beautiful--restful and green.

    These photos make me want to try out my old TLR again.

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  11. these are beautiful. especially the roof shot.

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  12. I love these photos! Beautiful and refreshed...Thank you for inspiring me!

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  13. These images are serene! It seems that I can smell the freshness of the greens.

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  14. so very lovely. i love the roof shot and the one right below it! wonderful

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  15. Very beautiful. I love the last one.

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  16. Yashica is really an insane tool! I love all the photos and how deep they are!

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  17. I love this whole series kitchu! More more yashica shots pretty please! =)

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