Monday, January 29, 2007

Looking over the railing


Wood and water
Lake Worth, Florida, December 2006 [Click to enlarge]

Sometimes, the most memorable images of being in a unique place are also the most abstract.

Your turn: What three words come to mind when you first view this image?

17 comments:

Jennifer said...

I didn't have three words...you know me, not great with words...but I was just amazed at the picture...the wood and the water almost flowed together seamlessly. I would have never seen that...you have an awesome eye!!

David said...

must. have. sandpaper

Anna said...

Carmi...this is my favorite shot of the beach yet!

Three words...soothing (I love brown and teal hues together)....Peek...it reminds me of a kids view peeking over the railing while on his tiptoes...and the last word would be....sand...when I first saw this when it loaded I thought it was the sand on the beach not the rail...

This shot is why I love photography!

carli said...

salt
fries
vinegar

SzélsőFa said...

Waves, decomposition, circles

sherrypg said...

Ha. I agree with David.

Splinter

Flat

Calm

Sara said...

Serene

Peaceful

Happy

sxKitten said...

Salt.
Wind.
Calm.

Gorgeous photo, Carmi, really beautiful. Makes me wish I was there.

Sarah said...

I think these are some great pictures on your blog! Thanks for coming over and commenting on mine. I like to take pictures but I'm pretty miserable at it...

kenju said...

weathered
water
blue

At first, I thought the wood was some sort of interesting treatment you did on the photo, in place of the sand on the beach...LOL (oh, I see Anna already said that)

Terri said...

Infinity....ageless....tranquil

Great shot!

colleen said...

Layered shelf holding water. That's four.

Thanks for your supportive words at Loose Leaf, Carmi. I'm so grateful that blogging has given me more writing confidence and has led me to doing more stories for our local paper.

Toni said...

Continuity
Beach
Serenity

Very nice!

Sarch said...

Carmi I didn't get past the first word that crossed my mind....splinter :) (Looks like Sherrypg had the same thought)

Great shot.

SJ said...

No three words in particular come to mind, but I love the photo. It sparked my interest right away.

ArtGirl said...

texture
splinter
hand me my drink please

Thanks for the compliment, Carmi. Art school is all about tearing a person down and see if they get up.

A Woman Changed said...

Stunning
Composition
Carmi