Landscape-Minimal Posted bySonali DalalApril 27, 2013April 27, 2013Posted inNature/LandscapeTags:landscape photography, nasik, nature photography I am not too sure about this image. I would welcome frank feedback. Share this:PinterestEmailTumblrMoreFacebookLinkedInTwitterWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Sonali Dalal Photo Artist. View more posts
7 thoughts on “Landscape-Minimal”
What are you not sure about? I think it is a great interpretation of ‘landscape’ – the only things I cannot figure out are the geometrical forms (I only realized them on a third glance): Lens flare?
I was wondering about too big a negative space. I am personally very fond of dark images, but was not sure with this one.
Geometrical forms , where do you find them? At the bottom , geometrical form is a tiny hut.
So … I just like it!
…and was too fast. I really think the negative space works well here. Along with the colours, the picture reminds me of Japanese ink drawings a bit. The space creates an very special atmosphere here which is hard to describe: fleeting? transparent? Sometimes less really is more!
I agree, sometimes less is more. I am fan of minimalism. May be liking for negative space comes from there. Japanese sensibility is all about less is more. And I like that.
Thanks once again for your comments! 🙂
Absolutely beautiful! Adrian
Thanks Adrian :)!