Category: Close-up/Macro, Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: macro, photography, twinkle, weekly photo challenge
Very beautiful! I love it.
🙂 Hello PJ. Not the place where one would expect beauty :D. I appreciate your comment. Hope your weekend is going well.
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I have found it strange that I now find such beauty in such otherwise ugly or uninteresting places and things. I guess photography will do that to a person. 🙂
Photography (camera) gives one an extra pair of eyes, so yes, I should think so 🙂
How beautifully abstract this is, and how daring to represent ‘twinkle’ almost monochromatically.
What a gorgeous twinkle Paula, it’s dancing!
😀 I guess it is, and to Daft Punk too 🙂 Thanks, Patti!
Wonderful abstract Paula.
Clever twinkles, Paula! Love it! 🙂
Hi Linda, did you guess what is in the pic?
I thought it was light reflecting/refracting off a layer of metal bolts. I could be wrong! 😉
Yes, nuts 😀
clever take on this prompt!
Paula, questa fotografia la si potrebbe definire di un ”sublime meccanico” :-). I riflessi e la musica con cui hai deciso di accompagnarla fanno si che l’immagine acquisti – nonostante la sua natura statica – una suggestiva impressione cinetica.
P.S.: si capirà qualcosa di quello che ho scritto? 🙂
Si, capisco 😀 Sei un osservatore incantevole, Renzo 🙂
A very different take on the challenge, Paula. Love it. 🙂
I think it is my thing (being different) 😉 Happy for your visit, Sylvia!
Such an effective photo Paula. I can see in my mind’s eye the twinkle created in the sunlight.
🙂 Cool Colline. I wish I could have obtained this in the sunshine, but sunlight is very scarce these days. I am glad you like the photo.
🙂 Different 😉 Thank you, Madhu!
I really like this unusual shot – feels masculine and clean – hmmmm
😀 Masculine? Nuts and bolts are not just for boys! 😀 Thank you, Yvette.
yes I know – Iknow ;0
and the twinkle of steel, metal – or chrome -well it is sooo universal – but that was the word that came to me – even though I agree – boy do i! 🙂
Lovin the bokeh in this. Stunning idea and execution of everyday objects to translate art. (Pretty artsy of me right there. LOL)
Much obliged, Susan 🙂
I knew you’d have a twinkle, Paula, but I had no idea what it would be 🙂 It’s superb!
Are you well this cold weekend? Looking forward to even a couple of days off, I imagine.
Like the music track too.
Thank you, Jo.
Thank you, Jo. I know you could not answer what I could not answer myself. I never did or said anything upsetting to that person and that’s what puzzles me. I guess one can say I have a strong personality because I like being truthful and hate hypochrisy and with all that (people are entitled not to like me), I will add just one thing-I never said anything bad to people on their blogs, never being critical of their work, never. If I appeared strong – which I am sure I am – is always in defence and it was only with you as far as I can recall. Of course you can’t answer why someone would erase all her posts without any discussion, argument or similar. I am really peeved cause I have just realised that on top of all the problems in real life I am wasting my energy.worrying and being upset about some ego.tripper and explaining myself to you. The blog stays – hate it, or not.
I love it 🙂 I had a feeling I knew who it was, Paula, because I’ve noticed an absence but it is not my place to name names. Who knows? People are strange. As I said- try to do what makes you happy (though even that isn’t always easy to know 🙂 )
No need to visit me for a while. 6WS isn’t very exciting and I doubt the walk will be either. Look after yourself!
How creatively you have used the ‘negative space’! Love it, Paula!
I always enjoy your different takes on these themes, Paula. Another great choice!
That’s what I like most about photography (and challenges) to go beyond what’s obvious 🙂 Thanks a lot, Lisa!
I love how you’ve turned something ordinary into something special.
Takker og bukker 😀
I love the idea of turning something industrial into something ethereal.
Muito fixe! 😀
A very impressive industrial abstract.
🙂 Thank you, Allan!
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