Organics

5 Feb

I have been using my smart phone to take quick pictures when I see something I want to get a picture of.  I am very keen on my new images but I am being criticized about the coloration of my organic subjects.

I am having fun photographing organic subjects.  I have some farm vegetables and fruit, a human foot, an old fur coat and what I am calling “Spiritually Entangled Trees”.  These pictures are  so easy to take with a smart phone but I do want to get to my spiritual trees location again with a large format camera to make an Ansel Adams picture with them.  The picture here shows two trees that  were born together with both of their trunks touching on the ground and their branches expressively reaching up and out only as a tree can do.

It is true … “There is nothing more beautiful than a tree” This is true for all ‘Organics’ in Nature

Well, one thing I cannot do much about is the actual color of some winter squash I photographed.  These are very dull in coloration.  I could add some color in Adobe but this would throw off the colors of other fruit and vegetables in my pictures.

These pictures are probably ruined, it seems, but I  will post them anyway.

One good thing that you should notice.  A smart phone takes a sharp picture without a tripod. It also makes 3D looking images. And another thing, yeah … everything near and far is recorded sharply.

One more thing, uh … I mistakenly titled a picture with two grapefruits … “Two Oranges” I am sorry about this. These two fruit caught my ‘eye’ when  I saw some sunlight on them and noticed that they were kissing each other.  Organics can do this !

Mt two trees are embracing each other for many years (growing togethter).

 

 

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One Response to “Organics”

  1. donnawynbrandt February 8, 2017 at 9:59 pm #

    loved your photos and blog, George. Thanks for posting

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