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photoblog image The Other Side of Ansley Park: Framed by Nature

The Other Side of Ansley Park: Framed by Nature

The Other Side of Ansley Park: Framed by Nature

comments (14)

  • ray
  • Thailand
  • 22 Apr 2008, 07:07
An extraordinary, beautiful framing, VZ...reduces the man-made mountains to facsimile cut diamonds.
vz-nostalgia: Every time you leave a comment, I marvel at your mastery in words, Ray.
This was very well seen Viktor. Everything about this is right for me
vz-nostalgia: For me as well, Bill smile
  • vintage
  • australia
  • 22 Apr 2008, 11:39
Very well framed
vz-nostalgia: I'm a hereditary framer. It's in my blood. My father was a joiner. smile
  • Astrid
  • The Netherlands
  • 22 Apr 2008, 12:24
Love the tones, the shadows, this is a beautiful view, serenity all over.
vz-nostalgia: I walk here almost every day, Astrid.
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 22 Apr 2008, 14:40
Lovely VZ
vz-nostalgia: How can I argue with that? smile
  • Richard Trim
  • driven back from Norwich UK
  • 22 Apr 2008, 14:56
As is so ubiquitously stated ''timeless'.
vz-nostalgia: really? I hope it lasts that long. smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 22 Apr 2008, 15:16
Your title "hits the nail on the head"! I like the curved line of the street, the reflections of the trees and especially the impressive supermodern building in the centre, but in the distance,yes, it attracts me to go nearer, but I presume that then I would be overwhelmed by its greatness and height and "I'can't see the forest for the trees"; distance is sometimes better than nearness! Atlanta is famous for its modern architecture as I heard, and these may be the new 'churches' of our modern world?
vz-nostalgia: Thanks, Philine. As Russian poet Sergey Yesenin once said in his poem "A Letter to the Woman":
"...When face to face
We cannot see the face.
We should step back for better observation..."
Very 'clean' shot- nicely framed
vz-nostalgia: That's what I mostly do, Jamoula, cleaning and framing smile
  • tim
  • united kindom
  • 23 Apr 2008, 17:13
fabulous framing/light/shadows VZ, very well seen and delivered smile
vz-nostalgia: Delighted you like it, Tim.
  • Blackdog
  • Home Sweet Home
  • 23 Apr 2008, 19:16
I really like the shot Viktor, especially the softness of the tone on the buildings contrasting with the dense shadows in trees. Lovely sweep to the road too, leading the eye in - you picked your spot well.

vz-nostalgia: " picked your spot well".
Ha. That's what women usually say to skillful men, Mike. smile
  • Catalpa
  • Newcastle
  • 24 Apr 2008, 16:16
The framing is very good and I like the kerbside fire hydrant that lets us know we are in America.
vz-nostalgia: When I leave architecture, I think I'll move to the framing business. smile
  • Leisa
  • United States
  • 25 Apr 2008, 14:32
I drive this way to work often but look down to the sunken garden on the left rather than to the sky view in front of me. It's nice to see something so familiar in a new light
vz-nostalgia: You better look in front of you, Ms. Leisa. smile Otherwise, you might drive yourself into a sunken garden one day. smile
  • Jewlya
  • United States
  • 27 Apr 2008, 04:41
Lovely composition.
vz-nostalgia: smile, Jewlya.
  • France
  • Bordeaux, France
  • 30 Apr 2008, 19:18
Heart-shaped buildings for a heart-frame by trees ... If you understand what I mean and see what I see, so all is not lost for me smilesmile
vz-nostalgia: Oh, of course, all is not lost for you, Ms. France. Just a few things here and there, but not all. I've heard red wine and playing piano under the barely lit candles help a lot. smile
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