Slow light that enhances the wood. Take your camera everywhere, even to bed! ;)(Re: my post today!)
comme toujours, une superbe gestion ombres/lumieres, bravo
No no ... no cameras in bed!!Love the warmth and the shapes of this parlor chair, V. I also like that you have only captured part of the chair.
We have been painting just about every room in our house, and chose a butter yellow for the stairwell and hall. What a lucky choice because the sunlight streaming through the window brightens the interior, just as your photo did for the chair. It's one of the lucky, unplanned moments in time, seeing these sunlight images. Nice job!
Light is the key factor in so many photographs...be it early morning or late afternoon, that's when I get some of my favorite shots. A beautiful chair....
The kind of light we always remember with part of our heart and recognize when it shows up isn't it?
Sunlight and finished wood, an unbeatable combination. Beautiful composition, V.
When I saw the thumbnail I thought you were starting a Wednesday arch series.
I love when sunlight changes the appearance of things.
that's right, we should have always our camera along.what a pity to miss that ligth!ciao, simona
So simple yet so beautiful. Wonderful photo V.
I would love to be a cat laying in that sunbeam...
Good job, V. What's with the "independent" name? I thought all Presbyterians were "independent"! Heh. Heh!
...and this would be your throne. (see my comment on yesterday's)
Jacob, I can't go there !:)Petrea,My throne??? You crack me up!Thank you each and every one for your most appreciated comments.V
Virginia, this is superb!
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