Trio September 7, 2012September 24, 2012 | drawandshoot I tried posting just one picture…but now there are three. All images © Karen McRae Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
72 thoughts on “Trio”
I’m so glad there are three. They are all more than worthy-such grace.
Thanks as always, Elena. I appreciate your kind words.
The Foot, The Flame, and The Crown. Good title for a book.
Let me know when you have it written, Disperser! 🙂
I think it happens that way. Particularly like the second and third so I’m glad you did.
Yes, the images suggest their own rhythm sometimes!
Ooohh, so glad you posted all three of these lovely photos!
Ooooh, pretty! 🙂
Thank you , Trish!
Beautiful. All good things come in 3s!
Yes, I guess you right about 3’s!
As always I’ve been fascinated how on earth you managed to find those images.
The first one, hand with craw ?, water droplets or glass beads on the silk ? ——
They are the image from the nature though you created another world.
It is a seed head from a flower and a spider web covered in dew. So yes, “beads on silk” is a good description. Very poetic!
Thanks very much, Yoshizen.
all 3 are ethereal and the go so beautifully together! Lovely work!
Thank you, Mimo.
As usual these images are lighter than air. You are a master with the light. Fantastic images.
Nick, thank you so much. Your words are exceptionally kind!
That first one is so surreal I can’t figure out what it is. It could be plant or animal.
It is indeed plant! But the seed heads do get kind of fur-like, don’t they?
Great shots all, but that veil of web and drops in the first one is really wonderful
Amazing, Karen. Lots of depth and movement.
So delicate…beautiful. I absolutely love the second shot.
Much appreciated, Scott. Thank you.
You’re most welcome, Karen.
So beautiful. The relation between water drops and a flower is very impressive.
Thank you. 🙂
I’m glad you failed on posting just one because they are a wonderful trio indeed!
Thanks so much, Marina.
… which stands as evidence to the fact that some pictures have a mind all of their own… Very nice.
Oh so true, Alessandro!
A beautiful selection with wonderful control of focus
Louis, Thank you. It is a bit tricky getting the right focus on something so tiny.
Karen! These are breathtaking. Some of my very favorites.
Thank you, Christine. Yay!
Yay indeed! And when do I get to buy prints? The Mama is dying for something lovely for my wall…
I am putting the finishing touches on a website that will allow this. So, soon! 🙂
Thanks for your interest!
Lovely! At first glance, I thought the first flower was draped with lace.
Natures lace, I suppose. Thanks very much.
Well, I won’t complain for getting three :). Lovely ones, again!
Well they belong together – a great trio written in light.
It seems they do…
Thank you Richard.
Beautiful, Karen. Thanks for posting all three 🙂
Erica, thank you. A pleasure!
Thank you, Antonio. You are most kind!
A fabulous trio! Really, so much beauty you find with your camera…
Thanks very much, Emily.
Gorgeousness………that one word says it all I think. ( the top one is beyond sublime)
It is a good word, thanks for applying it to my work. Much appreciated, Helen!
the first one – magical!
Amazing! Amazing! Again, Amazing! 😀
Aw Nandini, you are sweet! 🙂
That first image – absolutely perfect! Beautiful work Karen!
Thank you, Marina!
Wow! Great series. My favorite is the third one. Actually all of them are my favorite. So soft and dreamy.
Thanks for your very kind comment, Subin.
So dreamlike, Karen.
Thank you, Distan.
Wow! I’m glad you posted three! These are gorgeous and equally as stunning as the other photographs in this series… This is truly an in depth study and it’s mesmerizing to see what your eye sees. Great work!
I like exploring all the different forms of these transitioning flowers. I may have more… 🙂
LOVE the first one. I just love how in all of these you manage to create this feeling of something trying to push through some kind of air like skin..and these colours are just so soft and lovely..I am running out of gushing words, stop being so brilliant 🙂
Hi Cath, that’s very kind of you! Thank you, I’m blushing. 🙂
Chillingly beautiful, Karen!
The trio photos are indeed grand. It would be wonderful if you could share how you captured your “overlay” shot.
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