Tuesday, 21 June 2011

TAP


6 comments:

magiceye said...

intriguing

VP said...

A very creative composition, I have to satre a the picture for some time to understand it.

T. Becque said...

I like the composition. I'm with VP, I had to stare at it a while too!

GW Bill Miller said...

I like your spare tightly cropped style of photography. You make us look closely.

Alan said...

Very interesting photo, I too had to look at it for a while it figure it out.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Hello Everyone - I have trouble understanding this Tap picture too. I think it's because we are used to looking for reflections and un-used to extensions on the nozzles of taps! Our eyes try to turn it into something it isn't - but I like the colour of the water, the shapes in the stone where fossils have fallen out and the stark line across the middle. The tap is high above water on a harbour side with a blue pipe leading down from it. This would have been clearer if the wall below showed - but the shapes wouldn't have been as good.

Thanks for your comments.

Lucy