The Frequency of Wingbeats January 31, 2016January 31, 2016 | drawandshoot [A landscape ‘sketched’ using camera movement, over-layered with beating wings ~ Following intuition…] © Karen McRae, 2016 Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
25 thoughts on “The Frequency of Wingbeats”
Keep following that intuition. x o x
So very good
Lovely, I find the bird and the angle of its body, with all that dynamism and fragility, very appealing. All the more so when set in its habitat against a backdrop of what looks like a pylon. And all tied together with a soft brown pencil-like colour.
Very beautiful! You captured that movement…
Beautifully done, as always! (no stress!!) xx
Phantastic comp0sition !!
Just lovely Karen, heart-aching to see such detail of the wings
A slice of perfection.
I like your intuition, Karen. This almost chimes. It makes me want to dig out my Steve Reich CDs. Lovely.
Wow, elegance at its best!
Absolutely beautiful, Karen, inspired. Adrian
This is so beautiful, I enjoyed it very much,,,
As usual. A reflection of your beautiful personality!
Exciting image, Karen. I love your creative intuition.
I can’t tell you how much I love this. 🙂
It looks divine.
Oh wow Karen, this is exceptional!
Gorgeous Karen. Love the framing of the tower – Seems so intricate!
I agree with Ashley… Stunning image.
I love your photo and the bird!
Love this! 🙂
The delicacy of line & color is gorgeous! I also love the juxtaposition of flight and rootedness.