“Please Help Me I’ve Fallen”

By: Galen911

May 23 2016

Category: Adventures in Color, Portrait of the Old Pueblo, View From Above

16 Comments

Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:55mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/200 sec
Camera:NIKON D50

Fallen Orange Among The Clover

University of Arizona

Main Campus

Tucson, Arizona

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16 comments on ““Please Help Me I’ve Fallen””

  1. Seems to be in Golden Ratio!

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  2. Wasn’t that line out of a song from the 60’s – ending in – ‘in love with you!’
    Love that splash of orange against the green 🙂

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  3. Awesome color combination. I just love it.

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  4. Sweet! That looks like something that needs to be painted… 😉

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    • But then it wouldn’t be an orange… it would be a blue… or green… or red…

      Galen

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      • Why not a all of them? A rainbow on grass… sorry, clover! The glove has been cast down! 😀

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      • What can I say Vossie? The colors are only limited by our imagination. It’s a colorful world out there… and that is the way the vast majority of us see it. That is why I edit very few of my images to black and white. Black and white does have it’s place… I like b&w images… but only for special effect… because that is not how we view the world. We also do not view the world around us in vertical format… only horizontal format… but that is an issue for another time.

        I’m always appreciative of what you have to say…

        Galen

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      • You colour our world well! I enjoy seeing your world through your lens… thanks for the compliment! 😉

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