Sunlight in the Fall Woods

Thanks for viewing and have a great day !!

Posted by G.B. SHETTLER on Sun, 12/03/17 15:15
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Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Sun, 12/03/17 15:17

Maybe should be a bit brighter ? What do you think ?

Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Sun, 12/03/17 15:31

I think it's great. Maybe post a brighter one to compare...?

Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Sun, 12/03/17 15:55

I really like the paintlike quality of your composition. Perhaps brighter would further enhance that sense especially with the image set against a black background color.

Comments by els mo on Sun, 12/03/17 17:53

It is just perfect the way it is!

You are evoking all the images and painters I love. This time I think of Miro.

Keep it up. It is very inspiring to see your images. Need to start blending again.
I no longer have photoshop but just downloaded PixelmatorPro. Rather promising
software. See what I can create once I get used to the program.

Comments by Bruce Hunter on Mon, 12/04/17 03:35

good companion piece with ''Leaves, trees and tire tracks "

Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Mon, 12/04/17 12:15

Thanks everyone !
Els - you were always a great blender. Would be back to see you doing
that again. Your other comment on my other image I could not locate
anything under de Statendam, 1929. that connected visually. I did
check out Miro and loved his style and colors. Some of the things he
has done are similar to what maybe in my future. Thanks Greg

Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Mon, 12/04/17 12:16

"back" should have been "good"

Comments by els mo on Mon, 12/04/17 18:26

Hi Greg!
Try googling Statendam *poster* 1929.
They use the name of that great ocean liner now for an ugly cruise ship. The horror!
The poster was in the style of the Holland America Line posters by Cassandre. You'll
know what I mean when you google them. They are famous.
I'll keep you posted on my return to the world of blending.
: )

Comments by JP Zorn on Wed, 12/06/17 06:54

Reminds me of a Japanese ink wash painting. The details are nice, but
the off-colors have the most appeal for me. Would look good big on a