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Life Happening

Posted by
: Helen : (Helen is photographing in, Australia) on 10 May 2012 in Miscellaneous.

A theme! How exciting! I was all up for Life Happening on Saturday 5 May, but it didn't. It was a classic couch potato day. Freezing cold, misty rain ... a non event day for photographers. I couldn't bear ththough of of missing the theme, so I braved the elements (just to the front door step) and took a photo. Here it is.

Canon EOS 40D 1/40 second F/6.3 ISO 640 50 mm
pot | ivy | plant | rain | water | drop

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Lalena from Barcelona, Spain

Nice conceptual photo!!! Love colours too!! :) Have a nice day.

10 May 2012 5:08am

VitaminK from Mumbai, India

what beautiful colours.. it is so fresh..

10 May 2012 6:07am

omid from mashhad, Iran

woooow!
very nice!!
so beautiful colors!!!!

10 May 2012 7:29am

Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece

you, you are making Life as you photograph the world, you....carry on enjoying LIFE

10 May 2012 7:45am

Jason Kravitz from Brussels, Belgium

ha I didn't remember my ivy shot when I saw yours - we are on ivy brain today indeed !

10 May 2012 9:14am

Mhelene from Paris, France

Beautiful composition .

10 May 2012 9:16am

Victoria from Sweden

Beautiful picture and colors.

10 May 2012 9:29am

Elsabe from Johannesburg - Fourways, South Africa

Excellent colour contrast. Striking photo with the water drops running down on the wall.
I love it !!! Well spotted and well presented.
(We still have summer temp. in JHB. - very unseasonable)

10 May 2012 11:35am

Bron from Canberra, Australia

Fabulous colour Helen - well worth stepping outside for

10 May 2012 11:40am

Ian Bramham from Manchester, United Kingdom

lovely combination of colours Helen!

10 May 2012 11:47am

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I love this rich deep combination of green and red.

10 May 2012 12:22pm

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

Very Christmassy. Who cares it's May, it's kinda Winter down your way. Greetings from one soaked country to another!

10 May 2012 12:57pm

d.apskos from Orléans, France

Belle image.
Jolie composition, contraste des couleurs extra.

10 May 2012 1:25pm

Aigleloup from Rebecq, Belgium

Tout simplement et jolie composition

10 May 2012 1:49pm

Benkirane Thami from Fès, Morocco

Toute la symbolique du lierre!Le lierre meurt là où il s'accroche. Mais c'est également signe de vie et de renaissance!
Jolie association colorée et matiériste entre végétal et minéral !

10 May 2012 6:28pm

Visualaccent from somewhere in the, United States

Great capture!

10 May 2012 7:26pm

Shar from Pilot Butte near Regina, SK, Canada

And a wonderful image you made...I didn't get it done as our weather was the same as yours and I just wasn't motivated...maybe next time! Bravo for braving the yucky weather!

10 May 2012 7:41pm

☺ ► ƸɼiϾ ◄ ☼ from Narbonne, France

wow, great contrast, well done ☺

10 May 2012 8:13pm

sido from Seville, Spain

Bright red wall for a great contrast with the green plant.

10 May 2012 8:37pm

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Stunning combination of colours - and the drops of rain are excellent!

11 May 2012 2:25pm

Leslie Horacek from Brussels, Belgium

Delightful substitution for a wet, rainy day. =)

11 May 2012 3:14pm

Florence from Paris, France

Definitely colorful and graphic.

11 May 2012 6:48pm

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Beautiful color contrast. You successfully depicted the texture of the wet surface.

12 May 2012 12:56pm

Sophie from Fournets Luisans, France

very nice !

14 May 2012 8:42am

Céline from New York City, United States

Great colors! What is more "life happening" than having to adjust your plans ; )

23 May 2012 10:36pm

KriKridesign from Suisse, Switzerland

magnifique

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