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A Quiet Space, Nara

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 26 May 2009 in Landscape & Rural.

Wandering in one of the many gardens that are to be found in the temple district of Nara.

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Standley from Carquefou, France

Very nice conversion. We seem to be in the middle of nowhere! I like it.

26 May 2009 9:11am

@Standley: Thanks Richard!

xavier cardell from menorca-barcelona, Spain

Good capture, shame we're missing the bit of path on the left. The contrasts are excellent

26 May 2009 10:07am

@xavier cardell: Thanks xavier. Sorry, I cropped it that way!

vu@granby - Wolfgang from Granby, Québec, Canada

The b/w makes it timeless....

26 May 2009 1:03pm

@vu@granby - Wolfgang: Thanks Wolfgang!

Onlymehdi from Wayne, United States

Very Nice

26 May 2009 3:23pm

@Onlymehdi: Cheers Onlymehdi!

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States


26 May 2009 4:42pm

@Steve Rice: Thanks Steve!

kerfendal from Paris, France

very graphic , congrat !!

26 May 2009 6:45pm

@kerfendal: Cheers kerfendal!

dj.tigersprout from New York City, United States

beautiful tones and textures here mate -- a lovely shot of a lovely minimal garden!!

27 May 2009 2:47am

@dj.tigersprout: Thanks dj!

Xavier from Troyes, France

Very nice in B&W !

27 May 2009 2:27pm

@Xavier: Cheers Xavier!

alex guerrero from NEW YORK, United States

Awesome B&W ! the textures, the contrast.

27 May 2009 7:01pm

@alex guerrero: Cheers alex!

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

Wow...incredible shot and tones. Love the winding path, the light and dark.

27 May 2009 8:18pm

@bluechameleon: Thank you bc!

akarui from Kagoshima, Japan

I like this composition with the shape of the path.

6 Jun 2009 11:50pm

@akarui: Thanks Olivier.

Twelvebit from Victoria, United States

I think the B&W has aged it a little.

8 Jun 2009 7:06pm

@Twelvebit: I hope you like it Twelvebit!