Friday, 4 June 2010

All The World's A Stage


All The World's A Stage
and if it is only a baluster or two
in a hidden corner of the city

*

Playing
with contrast -
and I better not mention
where this balancing act
took place,
lest I get
into trouble
with the authorities!

Photographed
3 June 2010
(Yes, the sun did break
through the clouds for
a minute or two
yesterday!)
© 2010 by Merisi

14 comments:

  1. It appears tht contrast has been this weeks theme as I have been thinking of shades of blue and gray to contrast with my newly painted green bedroom. Enjoy your weekend and thank you for the kind words :)

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  2. What an eye-grabbing shade of green that dress is! Love it!

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  3. Hexe,
    thank you!

    Vicki Lane,
    it's a Ralph Lauren dress, the sandals are Marc Jabobs! ;-)

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  4. I like the blend of the green dress and the vegetation behind.

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  5. Great colours. Love that dress.

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  6. Love the electric green and the vintage '60s style of that dress.

    You do style photography too?
    Sei una meraviglia continua!!

    Ciao amica mia

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  7. Maalie,
    the incessant rain had almost ruined that shoot!
    I continued taking pictures after the image here, alas, the sun would not break through the clouds anymore and the leaves went dark. So, I was lucky. ;-)

    Purest Green,
    a classic, isn't it?


    Eleonora,
    so do I!
    We had to put the models on the "pedastals" in order to get the full effect of the leaves. We were so lucky!

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  8. Such a delightfully, playful shot...dear Merisi!! Great way to start off the weekend! You're the BEST! Love, Janine XO

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  9. Is there anything you cannot do, dear Merisi?

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  10. Delightful image, Merisi!

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  11. Fascinating and the color contrasts just make me happy. Thanks Merisi.

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  12. Thank you all,
    you make me feel as if I can now set to work to create the movie poster this should become!
    (It's a school project!)

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  13. Such a brilliant summer green. I love it.

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  14. Hilary,
    it was such serendipity that the midday sun broke through the clouds for a moment or two. I wished we would have had a second opportunity, alas, the sun disappeared and the clouds were dark and no more gorgeoeus light on leaves and dress. For that brief shining moment, though, we were lucky!

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