Sunday, 4 January 2009

The old hunting lodge


21 comments:

Dusty Lens said...

Perfect in black and white with the pattern that leads us to the lodge.

Marc said...

Really needs to be viewed enlarged to fully appreciate it, like many of your pictures. Beautiful!

Snapper said...

Beautiful winter image, perfect in monochrome. I picked one of your photos as a Best of 2008 and linked to it over at GDP on New Years Day. Drop by if you have time and see which one. Your blog is one of those that sets the standard for the portal. Thanks for the inspiration!

Blognote said...

Thanks, Dusty Lens!!

Thank you too, Marc!!

Thank you for your comments, Snapper and thank you for having chosen one of my photos: that is a real honour!!

Julie said...

The lines of vines leave a perfect cross-hatching, Diederick. I adore the geometry that you have captured here and to have such a title leads our eye up to the very ridge itself. Lovely ...

Jarart said...

This is so elegant, with all the textures leading into the scene.

une-adaptation-de-la-giampaolo-motta-version-ratatouille said...

amazing!!!!!

omami said...

gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!

Ann said...

Beautiful. Is that snow (I can't enlarge the image at the moment - work computer).

babooshka said...

I really enjoy viewing your images as you understand photography and convey the beauty of the image to the viewer.

Virginia said...

Oh Julie's right . the crosshatching detail is amazing. The lodge is the prize when the eye wanders up the photo. Gorgeous.
V

Jilly said...

What beauty in that sweep of the vines. How fabulous.

Thanks for your comment - yes, it's the same in France, couples leave the church last. I laughed about the lady who caught the bouquet!

Livio said...

L'inverno presenta meravigliosi paesaggi che pochi sanno scorgere, peccato sia così freddo.

John said...

de bien belles images...
comme chez nous, vous profitez un peu de la neige. elle met en valeur nos paysages : un régal !

meilleurs voeux !

magicpolaroid said...

amazing shot!!
ciao, Luis

LeenaM said...

Really ???
I hope, you have some kind of warming system in your home !
You will get more cold weathers, said the weather forecast.
We are here in safe even in -35 degrees Celsius with our warm houses because frosts are here every winter as you know.

I wish you warm days and plenty of happiness in 2009!

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Kris said...

I would love to see the contrast of Spring!

Marie-Noyale said...

Snow and vineyards go well together,thanks to you!

Blognote said...

Thank you for your kind comments, all of you!! It keeps on snowing and I will go out to make some more photos.

I wlll make another photo of this site in Spring, Kris!!

Ferreira-Pinto said...

When enlarged this photo is a true wonder!
And the patterns are very well caught.

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Dungha said...

excellent work!