Sunday, March 15, 2009

Bristol {7}


St.Mary Redcliffe, Bristol

21 comments:

Maddy said...

I am wondering how did you manage to get this lighting??? Did you crop the picture??

GMG said...

Wow, you're taking good care of the details...
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roentarre said...

This texture is simply amazing. I love the fusion of multiple features of various animals!

Abe said...

I wonder what he is supposed to be reading? Nice photo. I like your contrasts, especially.

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Joy said...

A bit scary, but I am sure that's not what they intended it to be.

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Indrani said...

In some deep thought... the mood so well captured by the sculptor and the photographer. :)

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this is an excellent photo and such detail and style in the face of this carving. I am with Abe, I wonder what he is reading. Great lighting and angle to capture the ambiance of the moment. BTW, I am glad you are enjoying the Chihuly art on my website. I am going to continue to post more over time and intersperse the Chihuly eye candy with the desert, interesting cactus, resorts, special events and other photos.

Marc said...

Great detail. Wonderful ligthing.

Paul said...

More than a church interior, its as if she's suspended in space. The lighting is truly out of this world.

Lovely photograph, Ashwathy!

bettyl said...

Wow! That is a terrific shot! The lighting is fabulous.

Ash said...

Maddy - No this picture has not been cropped.

GMG - Thank you. Thats where God resides :-)

Roentarre - Thank you!

Abe - The Bible, I suppose ? :-)

Joy - Dont worry. She wont harm you!

Indrani - Thank you so much!

Julie - Thank you. Nice to see you!

Marc - Thank you so much.

Paul - A very interesting observation. She's a celestial being, after all. Thank you very much!

Bettyl - Thank you.

standley said...

Beautiful capture of this sculpture which seems floating in mid-air.
The lighting is exceptional!

Ferreira-Pinto said...

You are smashing!
Great to see you are back in business and full steam ahead!

Fantastic lighting and texture.

Peter said...

A good blogger - like you are - will find the "details"... eyes open! Also happy to see you here again so regularly!

don said...

A fine image of this remarkable sculpture under what must have been difficult conditions. Wonderful light and all the detail I like so much! Fine work.

A Liberated Soul said...

The picture reminds me of something. How do I explain? Well let that be.

The picture is so perfect Ash. I need new words now.

Freddy said...

wow!!! Great Lighting again!
you are brilliant Ash!

Photo Cache said...

I'm curious as to what this represented. The detailing is great and amazing that it has stood the test of time.

Ash said...

Thanks for the comments everyone....

Quint : I'm smashing?? Wow - you just made my day :-)

Peter - Thank you! It feels wonderful to be back blogging regularly.

Don - Yes, carving it must have been challenging and how lovely it has turned out!

Liberated Soul - Thank you so much.

Freddy - Thank you. Glad you like it!

PhotoCache - Me too. I wonder if she's angel....

Amrita said...

That 's a splendid shot

Kavitha sheril said...

nice........