Don York, PPSA  


Milk Weed in Breeze by Don York, PPSA

June 2020 - Milk Weed in Breeze

About the Image(s)

"Milk Weed in Breeze" was shot on a cold day in December with the wind just bending this milk weed plant.

Taken with Sony Alpha 7, Mark II at 1/125 sec, f 5.6 at ISO 160.


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5 comments posted

Jerry Funk   Jerry Funk
I think this is a very dramatic composition and I like the square format.
It looks to me that you applied an artistic filter. I would have preferred to see backlit detail and a slight white stoke.   Posted: 06/09/2020 14:27:57
Stan Bormann   Stan Bormann
In exhibitions as in many presentations, our work is often displayed on a black background. If it is important to the composition for the viewer to know where the edges of the composition are, then the white stroke is a great idea. There are other times that the white lines serve as a distraction from the composition itself. Sometimes it is good to view it both ways. Frankly, I think I like this one without the stroke.   Posted: 06/09/2020 21:29:33

Jerry Snyder   Jerry Snyder
The smooth black and white swirling lines are interesting. Looking at the image I can't tell that it was moving in the wind. There are many interesting graphical elements. The subject is sparse and my eye keeps moving around looking for a place to settle.   Posted: 06/09/2020 19:37:55

John Roach   John Roach
I think this is a beautiful study. The detail in white tones really enhance the interesting geometric software the whole. It is very nice to let my eyes roam around and be enchanted. Well done.   Posted: 06/10/2020 11:27:51

Stuart Ord   Stuart Ord
What unusual texture. Truly black and white! How about a mid grey stroke?   Posted: 06/11/2020 16:37:12