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Storm of Reason

Storm of Reason



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  • Tracy
  • Stoke on Trent UK
  • 6 Jan 2008, 00:12
Welcome back..Gosh this makes me think I'm so dizzy, great effect Kathryn.
Happy New Yearsmile
Kathryn: Thanks, Tracy, You too.
  • Mary MacADNski
  • escaped the cabin for a day - fever abated
  • 6 Jan 2008, 02:17
That's a wow! It seems like ink or watercolour.
Kathryn: Funny how a little movement and light can do that huh?
  • Jewlya
  • United States
  • 6 Jan 2008, 02:27
It's nice to be back to visiting your photos, Kathyrn. Great movement in this shot! Was this done by moving the zoom during the shot or moving the camera?
Kathryn: Thanks, Jewlya and welcome back. It was taken from a moving car in addition to using zoom.
  • VZ
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • 6 Jan 2008, 03:45
…it’d love to fly away,
this lonely leafless tree,
but roots said: “No way,
we won’t set you free”.
And lonely tear got frozen on a lonely branch, but no one noticed.
Kathryn: Sad how lonely frozen tears can go unnoticed.
  • Dave
  • Pennsylvania
  • 6 Jan 2008, 04:57
Terrific textures! Very inspiring.
Kathryn: Thanks, Dave. The question is...to what does it inspire you?
this one literally blows one away, inspiring photography!!
Kathryn: Patrick, a master of word puns, I see. Shall I borrow some of Mark V's rope to tie you down and make sure you are not blown too far?
Great abstract Kathryn, and a wonderful movement, I can feel the speed smile
Kathryn: Thanks much, Flo. Careful about taking things too fast.
Glad you are back Kathryn. I've missed your pictures. Love this one
Kathryn: A temporary relapse Bill. And speaking of pictures, a day or so ago, I peeked in on yours and love the series of tree pictures. They are painting like and just fantastic.
Kathryn, this is great! Powerful and dynamic. (:o)
Kathryn: Thanks, Roz--just a little movement can do many things to alter perspective.
You announce your return with a grey, blustery, gloomy image of winter... as if we need a reminder ... Humph !!!!! Fantastic image K' and a wink from me. richard
Kathryn: A wink back to you, R. A temporary return as I am still in sunny, warm, happy Florida. I just blew in for a moment.
  • Astrid
  • The Netherlands
  • 6 Jan 2008, 08:52
Welcome back my friend, I kind of missed you!! This is some way to start of the new year, LOVE it, full of power again, I hope in many ways wink
Kathryn: Well then I kind of thank you smile Power is an illusion, Astrid.
Wecome back and a happy new year to your Kathryn.
Very nice shot. The tree seems to have been ruffled by the wind.
Kathryn: Ruffled by the wind or perspective.
  • tim
  • leeds, uk
  • 6 Jan 2008, 09:09
nice to see you back Kathryn i hope you have a great year ahead, and what a lovely way to start, superbsmilesmile
Kathryn: Thanks, Tim. i peeked in the other day and saw a wonderful shot of yours in an arch. My kind of stuff...keep it up.
  • ray
  • Thailand
  • 6 Jan 2008, 09:38
Mountain bike racing, single track, going fast downhill...this is something like the image you receive in your peripheral vision, just the moment before you get a painful smack in the face from a low-hanging branch.
Been there...done that...

Super image, Kathryn.
Kathryn: You've got it, Ray, The movement of the person, the static of the surroundings---all effecting perspective---until you meet head-on.
  • terry
  • Nepal
  • 6 Jan 2008, 10:54
art and reason. it takes an f4 to bring the two together smile welcome back Kathryn. hope you are well.
Kathryn: "F4 - Wind speed 207–260 mph
Devastating damage (well-constructed
houses leveled; structures with weak
foundations blown away some distance;
cars thrown and large missiles generated."

That sounds about right, Terry smile

Thanks for the welcome. I am better than worse so no complaining here. How are you?
  • Aussie
  • Brisbane
  • 6 Jan 2008, 13:57
You have been missed Kathryn. Great effect, love the movement.
  • anniedog
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 6 Jan 2008, 18:02
Fantastic sense of movement. It almost looks like the tree has just been blown in from outer space! Welcome back and a Happy New Year. Looking forward to seeing what you have in store for us.
Ingrid
Ingrid
  • Richa
  • United States
  • 6 Jan 2008, 21:05
I don't see reason but I do see a storm. Very nice texture!
  • Babak
  • Tehran
  • 7 Jan 2008, 17:57
Really I like it!nice!
Excellent effect, Likey!

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