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My photo of the week

nicolas claris

OPF Co-founder/Administrator
The yacht images are wonderful and make me jealous. Weather here has been on a cycle of extremely cold to almost raining. Yesterday morning was -31C felt like -40C, Today -3C, tomorrow will be back down. I can't wait for nice weather. As for the latest image, probably during your "red" period. So beautiful! :) Maggie
Bonjour Maggie ;)
Thank you so much for stopping by and comment :) :) :)
Minus 31C is way too cold for me! I would stay in my bed with tons of blankets and a beautiful fire in the fireplace…
The latest photo is a photo of a photo hung in my place. Yes it is from "Un peu de rouge pourtant" series. The additional effect with books on shelves is because of the reflection of the other side of the room seen on a large window. The rest (red glass flowers lamp) is decor in the room.
 

nicolas claris

OPF Co-founder/Administrator
My photo(s) of the week #10

The Burghers of Calais (detail) by Rodin (Kunstmuseum, Basel)
The inner courtyard of the main building exhibits "The Burghers of Calais", the bronze statuary group by Auguste Rodin (the first one was inaugurated in 1895, there are eleven other bronze copies in the world)

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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Exquisitely unique photograph of Rodin’s signature work.

Of course the anatomical representation and strength of emotion radiating from those muscles is awesome.

But who’s have thought to capture a spider web waiting to trap an insect tourist visiting!

Asher
 

nicolas claris

OPF Co-founder/Administrator
Exquisitely unique photograph of Rodin’s signature work.

Of course the anatomical representation and strength of emotion radiating from those muscles is awesome.

But who’s have thought to capture a spider web waiting to trap an insect tourist visiting!
Thank you Asher for commenting!
But guess what… The spider was there before me! ;)
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Glad you used a slow shutter. I like the blurred motion of their hands! So expressive, Nicolas!

Amazing detailed effort in sorting. I have watched several California wineries where masses of grapes are dumped into a hopper for crushing!
 
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