Wooden Beauty Posted on Wednesday, 29th May , 2013 by Stephen G. Hipperson The seat of a simple wooden chair – awesome. ——Stephen——- Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Perfect lighting to bring out the grain…how did you manage that?
The light is coming from a window high up and behind the chairs, which is helping to bring some of the texture out.
Just a treat to look at.
Amazing and beautiful lines and colors in this “landscape” – well seen!
It’s there if we look for it. Sometimes the glaringly obvious overshadows the more subtle delicate detail.
And I really like the shot of the 3 chairs in your header!
Thank you. A crop from a larger picture which included another row behind, but the header option seemed obvious in this case!
That is fabulous wood grain. Love it.
It did occur to me to take shots of all the chairs there, maybe 30 scattered around, but I decided not to on this occasion – but if I revisit….. 😉
It’s hard to imagine the others would be better.
Absolutely beautiful – the line of chairs took my mind straight back to Sunday School decades ago.
🙂 🙂 – if just looking at them didn’t quite do it, just passing your hand over the surface of one of the chairs would have done – an almost imperceptible but definite texture to the grain.
How beautiful… The beauty comes through the years… Great shot. Thanks and Love, nia
Beautiful. They are all three similar but each so unique. Really enjoyed this one, Stephen.
🙂 – I think if we stay open minded we can find beauty (something remarkable) in all sorts of places.
Absolutely agree with you. One of the reasons to always have a camera at hand. 🙂
though I sometimes wonder if it’s my camera taking me for a walk. 😉
It feels that way sometimes, doesn’t it?
It is awesome indeed; beautiful.
Not so simple after all. This is quite visually extravagant; thanks for sharing!
Reminds me of a tiger….
wonderful abstract stephen, my partner would love the grain on these .
Beautiful work. I like what you wrote and I quote “I think if we stay open minded we can find beauty (something remarkable) in all sorts of places. “
If we slow down a bit and take a bit of time looking, we can usually find something to work with, in a photographic sense – it might not always appeal to others, but at the very least it provides a practice piece – and we all know practice makes perfect. 😉
Gorgeous.. I just adore wood grain..