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mardi 8 mars 2011

About The Snakes / À propos des serpents

About The Snakes

See? So simple... the baby grand. Someone told me "The photo is not in focus!" No it's not. Of course.

Roger Gauthier, The Photographer Who Came From The Cold

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À propos des serpents

Vous voyez ? C'est si simple... notre piano demi-queue (baby grand). Quelqu'un m'a dit « Mais la photo n'est pas au point ! » Non elle ne l'est pas. Bien sûr.

Roger Gauthier, Le photographe venu du froid

The Real Snakes... / Les vrais serpents...

20 commentaires:

  1. It's not fair! You turned it around. It's not fair!!!

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  2. MUY ARTÍSTICO, SEÑOR ROGER.
    UN ABRAZO

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  3. Ah ah ! le pédalier du piano !

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  4. @Adela: Ha ha ha... and since when have I been fair, dear dear Adela? I'm not known for my fairness...

    I am completely and utterly faithful to one woman, but fairness in riddles is another story... Hélène, this woman of my life, even wrote in the preceding post "The bad, bad man cropped out the piece of very nice wood...". Ha. it says all I think.

    So I do agree, I'm neither fair nor honest! :-)))

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  5. @Reltih: Thank you, Señor Reltih! such praise... I will end up with a big head! :W-)

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  6. @Suzanne : Ben oui, le pédalier... et personne n'y a pensé. :-)

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  7. Hehe, I thought it was odd with so many water taps in a row.;))
    Never would have guessed this one.;)
    xoxo

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  8. viele Grüße in die Welträtsel,
    und Wunder der Erde.....
    von Jasmin

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  9. @Zuzana: As Adela said, it's not fair... :-) Had I presented the whole picture right-side up instead of upside down, there would have been no fun... :-)))

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  10. @ Jasmin: Liebe Jasmin, ich danke Ihnen! Es braucht so wenig, um Spaß zu haben manchmal!

    Roger

    (I fear that Google Translator did a bad job... I wrote initially:

    Dear Jasmin, thank you! It takes so little to have fun sometimes!

    Roger)

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  11. @Celia: Well, thank you Celia! there were some difficult decisions in making that image - the most important one being to keep it out of focus! :-)

    Roger

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  12. I rotate the picture and looks great in all positions

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  13. hello
    Si j'y avais pensé mais je n'étais pas sur , oh! zut de zut.
    bonne journée.

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  14. it really matters little what the subject matter might be - the overall composition is all that matters - and this one is beautiful - love the striking play of cold metal against warm rich wood -
    ;)

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  15. @smalldot: Yes, I know what you mean, I played with that too. Strange, eh, this thing becoming an abstract.

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  16. @Solange : Tut tut tut, je n'en crois pas un mot... mais je dois dire, ce n'était pas évident. :-)

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  17. @Françoise : non mais non mais non... C'est fâchant, tu aurais dû tenter ta chance ! :-)

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  18. @Jenean: You're right of course. Isn't this the strange thing? I can walk around in the house, or elsewhere, thinking only in terms of light and angles and what would happen to a vision if... Most of the time it's no good of course. But sometimes I hit pay dirt.

    ... And you're funny, you English-speaking people, with a language so different and wonderful expressions like "hit pay dirt"! :-)))

    Roger

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Peu importe que vous soyez photographe ou non, expert ou non, je serai toujours heureux de lire vos commentaires ! :-)
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I'm always happy to read your comments,whether you are a photographer or not, an expert or not! :-)