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blue house in ålborg

Posted by
*heloise* (paris, France) on 21 January 2007 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Panasonic DMC-FZ7 1/160 second F/7.1 ISO 200 60 mm (35mm equiv.)

Paul Ricciardi from West Hartford, United States

Surprised nobody has commented yet. This is well done, the blue contrasts wonderfully against the white of the trim/shutters and the fire hydrant. It is also quite well processed, nicely saturated, the blue and white is very much so reminiscent of a sky. But what I like most about this is how all of the windows are open except one, seems to bring to mind the individualistic introvert at work on something marvelous within the dark. Nicely done.

21 Jan 2007 1:57pm

nicolas from Paris, France

Yes ! Very nice ! Love the colors here !!!

21 Jan 2007 3:41pm

Craiger from Vacaville, California, United States

I too like the overly saturated colors here. The whole composition works very well!

21 Jan 2007 5:49pm

Still from Valence, France

The house has a nice colour and the fire hydrant looks like an enjoying counterpoint!

21 Jan 2007 6:52pm

*heloise* from paris, France

thanks very much everyone

21 Jan 2007 9:38pm

ndiginiz from New Zealand

Tena koe ehoa
The processing really gives this image a great aesthetic symmetrical appeal and as Still has alluded to the high contrast of colour and positioning of the hydrant along with the cylindrical and vertical nature of the downpipe add photographic points of interest as well. Nt much to grumble about but the exclusion of that small diagonla pice T/R would have really completed this contrasting symmetry even more so.

25 Jan 2007 2:57am

Marlowe from Le Havre, France

Belle compo et couleurs puissantes ! Bravo et bienvenue sur Aminus, compatriote ! ;)

2 Oct 2009 4:32pm

L'Angevine from Angers Maine-et-Loire, France

une belle façade vitrée où cette borne d'eau ne passe pas aussi inaperçu
passe d'agréables moments et à bientôt

21 Jul 2011 2:10pm


Panasonic DMC-FZ7
1/160 second
ISO 200
60 mm (35mm equiv.)