70 thoughts on “Amaranthine & Green

  1. like a movie still…but also as if you can hear some kind of sound while looking at it. The colours in the second one are so beautifully full. This is strong. I really like these ‘slipping by landscapes’ Karen!

    1. I like that you hear sound when you look at these. Thanks for your thoughtful and encouraging words, Belinda. I’m really enjoying working on this series and I’m delighted that you find these images strong.

  2. Beautiful energy in these images. It’s like a wind of colours taking us to a different place. Together they create a mood of fast pace and complementary vividness that is impossible to resist.

    1. They were made while traveling in a moving vehicle – in this particular case a train.
      I pan my camera after I pick a subject and experiment with exposure length and whatnot.

  3. I am breathless again. It’s a new style of photography. The original, mysterious and extremely attractive. An unusual, yet quite simple story compressed into a short (or long – depending on how long you observe it) film – actually only a single frame. Poetry capturing the intangibility of time. The relativity of space. And their fascinating swirling transformation. For me, it’s like a miracle.

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