21 comments on “Revisited

  1. This picture is amazing! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and for the like, it means a lot coming from someone who takes amazing shots.

  2. It’s why I don’t delete photos unless they are blurry or ridiculously over or under exposed.. You just never know what you’ll find once you’ve stepped away from them for a while. Beautiful shot 🙂

    • Ha! I see colors and snap photos of them. You, on the other hand, start with a blank canvas and create pictures and colors with your hands. Who is jealous of whom? (Thank you, though, for the very sweet comment!)

    • Indeed. There’s never any harm—and often a lot to be gained—in going back and taking a second look. Thanks, Jennifer, for taking the time to comment.

  3. I think it is the colours that first grab you Ken and then the combinations of vertical and diagonal lines which all come together in an excellent composition 🙂

    • Thank you, Tim. I got lucky with the colors. All the reds were freshly painted, which, combined with the colors from the Ben & Jerry’s, was why I snapped the photo. At the time, though, I think I was more interested in capturing the many landscapes in that neck of the woods, so I probably paid too little attention to how this one turned out. Glad you like it.

      • Kenn, you are welcome. I was also going to comment that I’d not seen you posting too much over a fairly long period of time. Then a couple recently, If I’m right about that, I’m glad your back.

        • Thanks again, Tim. I’m working on a second book (unrelated to photography), and my writing (when I’m in the thick of it) tends to monopolize my time. I do, however, try to come up for air periodically, so as not to let the lens get too dusty.

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