aiguille rouge pond

Posted by Paul Bracey on Thu, 11/30/17 12:10
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Thu, 11/30/17 13:49

Superb! The clarity of detailing, the b&w format which serves to contrast the white snow and the black rocks of the rugged mountains, and the framing of the rugged landscape between the reflective foreground water and the sky which brings, for me, a dreamlike quality to the image (a sense of a memory that floats through our mind).

Comments by Ernest Cadegan on Thu, 11/30/17 17:49

Satisfying and unsatisfying at the same time for me. There's an abruptness
to the tonal range the doesn't resonate for me, not that I really know
anything about that in any serious way.

Comments by Jeff Dye on Thu, 11/30/17 19:24

Quite a view and excellent composition. I see areas that to my minimally educated
B&W eye are too dark. An example is the area on the right leading up to the base of
the mountains and the front area of the pool. There could be a big difference between a
print on fine art paper and my mini-iPad view.

Comments by S Roter on Thu, 11/30/17 20:42

A fine art print, Jan describes it well. I tend to agree with Jeff's
comments, but mildly so.

Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Fri, 12/01/17 17:27

I like it. Beats the same old same old. And the positioning of the
deep deep blacks through out the image help to target the focus
within the central targeted panel that you also have created.

Comments by Bruce Hunter on Sat, 12/02/17 03:20

Indeed, The sky above, the clouds below.....

Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Sat, 12/02/17 07:43