Tuesday, 21 August 2012

FROM THE BACK

 

“Rear view” photos are often a lot more interesting than front view!   My efforts for Carmi's challenge this week are here.     For more rear view photos just follow the link.

 

“Lovely view, but the wind ain’t half cold up here!”

 

 

Trees can cut us down to size, sometimes!

 

The back view of the leaves of the Hearts Tongue Fern

 

 

Underneath a Cosmos flower

13 comments:

Patti said...

Really beautiful photos :) I had to blink and readjust my eyes a little for the Cosmos flower - at first glance, I thought I was looking INTO it from above, instead of underneath it. Cool optical illusion (or maybe it's just me...) ;)

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

All those pics are beautiful, but that first one is so perfect for the theme this week.

;-)

lailani said...

Oh Wow! I LOVE your photos! Great post!!

CorvusCorax12 said...

great pictures, absolutely love the first one

Karen S. said...

So amazing! Your from behind photos are tremendous, but especially the first two, the gents and the background where they are! Just lovely!

Kelsea said...

These are great! I especially love the first and the last, they are beautiful! They all fit the theme perfectly!

Alexia said...

Beautiful photos! The first two are great captures - full of meaning :)

Bob Scotney said...

Beutiful shots. I know where I can find a path through beech trees like those on your second picture. I shall just have to wait for someone to go by. Loved the fern.

Aunt Snow said...

I love it, and especially the fern. The back leaves of ferns are indeed fascinating with all those spores!

And the photo in the trees is amazing.

Gilly's Camera said...

love the way the body is huddled together in that shot
:)

Max Sartin said...

Love the first two pictures, so peaceful just walking along the paths.

Carmi Levy said...

You capture such emotion in your work: I can see each of these being framed and sold. Stunning work, as always!

Rita said...

Have to admit the first shot has a lot of emotion in it but the second is my favorite. I can just imagine walking there in mid summer.