Monday, November 7, 2011

Come, Sit, Relax...


Linking up with Lisa...


...and Emily

Scattered Horizons

22 comments:

Seeing Each Day said...

Firstly, love this in the black & white. Secondly, lovethe fact that the seat/bench is in focus almost forcing you in a polite way to sit yourself emotionally there and rest while taking in the surroundings.

Liz said...

Gorgeous image Nadege! I love how you used B&W and the focus is on the park bench. It sets the scene perfectly!

Ruth said...

lovely shot, the composition is perfect and it works really well in monochrome :)

Lui said...

I did and it was wonderful!
Thank you!

Henrietta said...

I would love to and feel the sun shine in my face.
Have a great week there and enjoy for me:)
Beautiful picture

Linda R. said...

Such a lovely shot.. Looks so inviting..

Anna said...

Love the strong values and B&W interpretation in this piece! Sitting and soaking up the sunshine sounds great to me!

Roshanda "ShonEjai" Glenn said...

The composition and perspective of this photo is amazing! There is so much character in this photo! Well done!

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely work!

Connie Smiley said...

Ahhh, beautiful! You gave me a mini vacation just looking at it.

Evelyn S. said...

Lonely....waiting.... beautiful image!

Barb said...

Looks so inviting - what gorgeous lines in this shot.

missing moments said...

It looks like a delightful place to take a nap!

lisa said...

Such wonderful serenity Nadege.
This is a beautiful photograph. I love the mood.

Thank you so much for sharing this today at The Creative Exchange.

Have a great evening!

lisa.

*Manja* said...

Schlicht & schön!
LG,*Manja*

Marcie said...

So meditative and peaceful. I just love bench images.

Dianne said...

A beautiful tranquil black and white capture Nadege.

Deanna said...

What a pleasant place to sit and dream. Love this in b&w...starting to do more and more b&w.

Merike said...

Such a peaceful moment. Looks very good black and white.

KateWares said...

Great image. And proof that you don't need people to make an image "soulful". =)

geetlee said...

beautiful, love the composition!

Emily said...

That is exactly what I would like to do. Your photo is so inviting! Thank you for sharing. I have a link up for altered tones (black and white, sepia, etc) that I would love if you joined.