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Woodland decay

Woodland decay



comments (15)

  • Ray
  • Manila, Philippines
  • 21 Jul 2011, 01:05
Decay at it most beneficial...if only we could find a way to have PET bottles do this...
Bill Phillips: Indeed Ray!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 21 Jul 2011, 08:14
Poor old thing...


You: not the tree
Bill Phillips: Why? I am perfectly alright
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 21 Jul 2011, 09:11
With skillful application of colour Bill, this could become wonderfully abstract.
Bill Phillips: I can't do abstracts Chad
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 21 Jul 2011, 09:20
Are you going into battle with Louis for the most contrasty piece of woodland to be found ;o)

A fine study and wonderfully abstract just as it is.
Bill Phillips: I thought when I saw his yesterday that it is going to look like I was copying him
it almost doenst look like wood anymore
Bill Phillips: I t almost looks metallic
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 21 Jul 2011, 09:59
Am finding this really difficult to look at as the eye doesn't know where to settle. Too much contrast for me.
Bill Phillips: Full volume Ingridgrin
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 21 Jul 2011, 11:06
Hmmmm.. I think colour would work better for me here, Bill. Each to their own, I suppose.
Bill Phillips: It does look very different in colour.
  • Aussie
  • Rocky
  • 21 Jul 2011, 12:58
Decaying away nicely
Bill Phillips: A home for lots of creatures and plants
What a 'rotten image'.
Just a play on words, it works well in monochrome.
Bill Phillips: Hehehe thanks Martin
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 21 Jul 2011, 15:03
You may be a brother of Louis and a cousin of blackdog and a stepbrother of Ginnie (without using sepia) following the motto "Everything is passing" - but life goes on, and I can smell some fresh mushrooms growing in this wilderness. The longer I look at your picture, the more I'll discover, for example a green man lurking behind the tree on the left side. I hope you had put on boots while strolling through this woodland.
Bill Phillips: I sometmes think I would like to only do black and white because I enjoy them so much. But I am known for choccie boxgrin
  • Scarlet
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 21 Jul 2011, 16:05
LOL@ Chris. He's gunning for you today for sure
Bill Phillips: Poor old soul he can't help it
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 21 Jul 2011, 17:03
Yes, Bill, we need sometimes choccie box pictures, and I'm looking forward to new ones. Stanley Moore was such a naive, positive thinking person! Look at the world's warts and all- don't we have to cheer up the 'poor old things' and 'poor old souls' among us?
Bill Phillips: I confess that i like choccie box, but then i like sentimental Victorian paintings and Victorian stained glass, and pictures of cats
Oh my this would get a judge using all the negative comments he could possibly think of Bill. AS for me, personally I'm not quite sure, but the main thing is you like it.
Bill Phillips: I am always delighted (and surprised) when someone likes any of my pictures. I have long since stopped bothering about judges snd most of what i do is to please myself. Mind you when i have taken wedding pictures then I am trying to please someone and that is very nerve wracking!
Yeah - give me colour anytime on this one, Bill - I can't find enough structure to get a point of focus - everything melds together.
Bill Phillips: you have to look at it for a while and it gradually makes sense....( I sound quite convincing don't i? gringringrin)
You'll have to introduce it to that bench belonging to Chrissmile
Bill Phillips: They would make a lovely couple

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