Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Simple Truth

"There is no blue without yellow."

--Vincent Van Gogh

8 comments:

Judy Williams said...

He truly understood the importance of complimentary colors, in his quote, as did you in this photo. I am not always a fan of the more modern style of houses, but the clean straight lines are softened by the undulating branches and soft yellow blooms of this tree. Nice one!

Anonymous said...

Nice shot and great example for quote. Also good example of wide-angle lens distortion with bending verticals: barreling.

This non-robot test should give us humans a margin for error, say at least one distorted letter. (This written assuming it gets through on 2nd attempt.)

Anonymous said...

I first submitted my post before Judy's, which I didn't see until after my successful attempt got through. Funny now seeing she talks about straight lines when, in picture, they are bent inward. NOT A CRITICISM, just INTERESTING.

Ben said...

Very nice. Ordinary scene turned into art.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

That Van Gogh, he's a corker

Laurie said...

Thanks, guys!

Green Guy said...

Very nice zen post, LA.

Laurie said...

Thanks, Green!