61 thoughts on “Fruit of Summer

  1. Oh I don’t care about the quality, Karen, let’s forget all about the quality!!! >>> this is an absolutely wonderful image, more like a painting really, and all the better for that!

    I think that we often place too much importance on “quality”, when what really matters is how an image grips us emotionally, how it gets to us – and this certainly gets to me! Adrian

  2. Depends on what you mean by quality, no? This embodies the spirit of the moment and transmits so much more than a technically proper photo might. This is more a photo for the ages, for people to read much into, rather than an image that makes someone say “Great, that’s really sharp, how did they do that?” and pass right along.

  3. I just adore the feeling evoked here- what lissome beauty, indeed- such a lively, yet delicate moment. Your photography feels so much like poetry, to me- so emotive, and also rather evocative of perhaps a bit of Monet, and so alive with the pulse of nature- silken, swimming, moving beauty. I am just so awed by your work. Always a pure delight. Smiling cheers to you,

    Autumn Jade

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