Tuesday, February 22, 2005

the sweeter the juice




i always maintain, wryly, that my assimilation here in this country, given my
minimal fondness for the colour orange, may never be complete...





but orange in nature, and orange by nature: now those are different stories altogether.


14 comments:

  1. Great theme. Beautiful colours.

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  2. Yes, but imagine an Irish version of The Gates in Phoenix Park w/ alternating arnj & green posts, amidst the white snow. Now THAT would be a project!
    That having been said, that frayed strap in shot #1 is spectacular!

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  3. I agree with Frank, the frayed strap is wonderful. It speaks to some sort of manic, high speed journey that bike and rider have just completed. Courageous theme, orange. I like it.

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  4. Great stuff, Lynn.
    Love the compositions in the fruit-picture and the train/church/architecture shot.
    Oranje boven!

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  5. I love the bottom photograph. Especially because it makes me wonder what happened to the branches that those little feet were once attached to.

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  6. All wonderful images -- love them... ORANGE! ... really a great theme -- nice nice work!...

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  7. Figs, persimmons, kiwifruit ... what is the spikey one?

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  8. i love orange too!! (and your pics!)

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  9. I love the simplicity and elegance of the shot with the single orange leaf.

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  10. oh lynn, what a lovely series. i just love orange...

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  11. And orange is the *best* color anyway, so I'm loving it!

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  12. I've been away for a few days so only now I can see these new shots! Love this orange series!! It's so interesting how different they are and yet connected by the same color. Wonderful!

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  13. I love orange, too -- great series, Lynn! My fav is the last one. Btw, what is that spiky orange vegetable/fruit?

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