Sunday, January 15, 2012

"We need everybody at their most alert"

"We need everybody at their most alert" - Tooth and Nail by Ian Rankin

12 comments:

Robert Geiss said...

awesome !

vito said...

Oooh. . . they're back. I love your photos of these stakes and how they stretch to infinity.

Markus Spring said...

Works extraordinarily well. That combination of colors, structures and shapes goes together in a really perfect manner. Not to forget the quote...

the dear Zé said...

trees wearing socks
great!

beijo

Joan Elizabeth said...

This one looks like the bizarre work of art.

James Weekes said...

Why do I want to wander among them? An otherworldly photo.

Roberto said...

Lines of reflection, maybe the life...

Martina said...

Robert, thank you! I really feel I am the one askew, ;-)

vito, thanks! As I've told someone yesterday, I am always ambivalent about these - two years ago this patch of land was a wonderful jungle of weeds and bushes ...

Markus, thx very much! Yes, colour was essential for this one, didn't work in b/w at all. I like the metallic look somehow.

dear Zé, lol - you nailed it. As always. *big grin* Beijos!

Joan Elizabeth, *g* - sometimes the quotes get confused, ;-)

James, hm, because one wants to unlevel them all? That what I feel - tearing them down while dashing through them like an elephant - okay, a small elephant ...

Roberto, as long as only one is askew life is good!

Eyeliquor said...

Awesome is taken..so i say Brilliant!

Martina said...

Eyeliquor, :-D ... thank you very much!

AB said...

I am with Joan Elizabeth. Since it is not at all obvious what these sticks are for, they seem like some bizarre art work. And the diagonal stick in the middle makes for a good composition.

Martina said...

AB, I think I wouldn't have taken _another_ photo of this nursery if not for the diagonal stick. It was perfect because it was only _one_ - not two, not three. And because it was one. :-)

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