Sunday, February 22, 2009

Vine, Grass & Fence/ Monochrome Maniacs

Through the Grapevine



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25 comments:

vincibene said...

Interesting picture, I need a second view sorting grapevine and fence.

Jacob said...

Very nice photograph...leads you in and makes you look. Nice blend of black and white.

Dina ... UK said...

I think the vine leaf's give a flowing effect.
Are those grapes growing with the snow around?
Very good Mono....

Maria said...

When I see your lovely pictures I whish winter would never end. They are too beautiful!
Thanks for your visit :)

Carver said...

I love the feel of this shot. Almost like a drawing. Very lovely.

Lene said...

I can feel the fresh, windy, winterday. And I would love to see the same poto during the season - and also taste the wine, ofcourse ;)

Great post! Have a nice week )

Catherine said...

This grapevine certainly needs cold to give good wine. They grow straight, hardy compared to the grass so light in the wind.

Black and White add texture to your picture; A very "poetic" shot.

John said...

Lovely B/W image.

Have a nice week.

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Cool mono shot! :-)

Aileni said...

Seems to be a cold wind blowing through the picture. But grass showing through the snow - Spring perhaps?

Rose said...

I have a thing for old rusty fences...love this photo.

Babooshka said...

It does have watery feel. Ech veiwing I swear thos vines are swaying. Lovely relaxing image.

Mary said...

Wow, that is so neat!

starnitesky said...

I agree with Carver it does give a great feeling. Flowing.

Chriss said...

I love this shot! It's got a very soothing quality about it.

allhorsestuff said...

There is so much movement!!
KK

Ann said...

Now I am tempted to take B & W pix, though I have yet to figure how. Did you know I was almost 20 before we had colour pix?

Robin said...

Great photograph, I can almost feel that sharp cold wind blow.

Carolina said...

Beautiful photo.

Liz said...

THose are both lovely photos. The angle on the first one is unusual!

Daryl said...

Looks like there'll be less wine this year ...

Linnea W said...

What an interesting shot. Are the grass leaves frozen in place or blowing in the wind?

PERBS said...

Those kind of vines are planted here with the fence so they can crawl on it and not lie on the ground.

I love how you captured them and I almost see them swaying in the wind. I did also notice that the grass is sticking through the snow so your beautiful carpet of snow will soon be melting, I reckon!

Mojo said...

this has a great sense of motion in it. Wonderful wonderful shot. Love it!

BJ Roan said...

I like the movement. Looks cold!

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