Photographs like Paintings

 

Art in photography always inspires me to click more and try different things. It makes one see beyond the obvious.
These photographs were clicked at Arts Centre, Melbourne through a fountain/ water-wall. Due to cascading water in front it makes the photo look like a painting.
I wonder if they are like memories of childhood – a bit blurry but still vivid and colourful …

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13 responses to “Photographs like Paintings

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  4. true words for your work written in your porfile : ‘each photograph is a design; a design for the subject’ good job dear..I love the way you compare it with the memories of childhood..giving a picture a meaning makes it so alive

      • yes we do and its so amazing that everyone has got a different angle to see things and when you read what others have got to say about the same things..its just so creative …

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