ohh yes..I can imagine to paint this landscape with Van Gogh's style:)
you hope to be a painter...i hope to be a small piece of leave/grass there only...that i can experience it by myself.:Dhaha...selfish??so beautiful sky!!!have the nice weekend,jingshanghai daily photo
Hm, I would like to do it using a pointillism :)BTW, they have used the machine making about hay those bales!
but you were a nice photographer and make a great shot! ;)
Get the paint brushes out Kris! I'm a watercolourist and this would be ideal material
i agree with richard - perfect sky for a watercolour!
I was a painter for many years and exhibited and won many prizes and sold a lot but the things that won prizes for me and sold well were things not like the landscape you photographed so beautifully. I wish they were as I could have painted many more than I did and made a lot more money. But that was ages ago when he Sears and Roebuck was selling original oils in their department store and Vincent Price was on television in commercials talking about it. Remember those days?This photograph would be so welcome in some homes as a tranquil scene in a quite place.Thank you for stopping at my blog and commenting on the photograph of my honey bee.
zsolt,yeah sure i can do it! ....with those van gogh paint-by-number template :Djing,no, not at all :) I wished to walk in the middle of that field and photograph every inch possible Richard/blueboat,thanks for the encouragement! i intend to, once I get find where are the brushes and water colour. Hopefully will show it here!Abraham,how interesting, you must show us some of your works, seriously!Thank you all for stopping by!
the vast open plains is amazing - you can see forever in this pic!
You may not be a painter but you are an artist with the camera. I really like the simple composition of this shot.
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