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Evening Hatch on the Metolius River Photograph
Diane E Berry
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This is the photograph. The paintings are based on this shot. See paintings 1 and 2.
April 2nd, 2012
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Wow I love this photo Diane, so very well done!!! L
By coincidence, the very moment I saw your post above, and started to reply to it, UPS rang my doorbell - LOUDLY. Startled me a bit. I wondered if your powers extended beyond the artistic. Of course the driver was gone by the time I got to the door. But the tube with your printed photo inside, was there. It's been maybe 50 years since I ordered artwork for my home. So I was excited as I opened the package, and carefully looked at the print. It is as I had hoped. Now I'll create the context into which to place it.
To see the web page with discussion about select top photos, and my project plan for your photo, I highlight the url
then use browser menu to edit/copy the url, then past it into the navigation toolbar for any browser. Works fine with Mozilla Firefox. Probably works with Safari or Windows Explorer too, tho I don't normally use those browsers. The url is not really a link, so that may be why it doesn't load through a search, on a search engine. In Firefox, I don't need to put an ".html" at the end of the url above, but in other browsers you might need to.
Diane E Berry
Robert, the link above does not load on Bing or Goggle. Just an FYI
Hello Diane Stresing and The Forests Edge Photography. Thank you for your interest. I plan to set this photo, as a window in an image. The window lets light into a room on an angle. The room frames the photo and creates depth. I hope to have a scene in the room. There is an example of this type of composition and it's great effect, by an artist, in my home. In that piece, the scene in the room is more appealing than the room, which in turn is more interesting than view outside the window. I'll be posting that example soon. If I follow that pattern successfully, Diane Berry's photo will start a multiplier effect of pleasurable viewing, through 3 sequential elements in the image, and could lead to a stunning result. You can follow the development of this project, on my discussion thread of top photos I've seen, at this url:
Thank you Robert for your purchase and thank you everyone for your kind words and support. I truly appreciate it. Robert, your purchase got things moving..........sold 2 more pics later in the evening. Thanks again!!
Congratulations on your sale Diane!!
The Forests Edge Photography
So beautifully done! I feel like I'm there or wish I was! AND have to admit I'm curious too, what are you going to do with this stunning photograph, Robert?
WOW. Feel like I could step into this, Diane. Congrats on the sale! OK, Robert, I'll bite: what are you going to do with it?
I wonder why no one is congratulating me on my purchase. :) Maybe they will, after they see what I plan to do with the photo.
Very pretty, Diane! Congrats on the sale.
Beautiful! Congrats on the sale
WOW! Stunning Diane! Congrats on your sale :)
Congrats on your sale! :)
This is a beauty of major proportions!
Truly a glorious capture of this scenic wonder, Diane! I love the DOF and perspective of this fine piece. The colors are great to view and such beautiful contrasts between the forestry and water. Got the big, "Elvis" F/V on this wondrous shot!
Beautiful, Diane, deep rich color, congrats on your sale.
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