Monday, January 7, 2008

Webbed


JOHN SZARKOWSKI: "Honoré Daumier said that photography described everything and explained nothing. This is often true. In some cases it is perhaps an improvement over the habit of traditional painting, which often explained everything and described nothing."

Whatever the case, two companions of this photo have already been included in TODAY'S. They are, "Plowshares," and "Sunset Ridge Farm at Sunrise."

If you zoom in close you'll better understand the title. The explanation is entirely up to you.

4 comments:

photowannabe said...

Delightful. I like how changing the perspective can make things look so defferent.

'JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Hi Ted,
This is really an amazing photo, it has deepnees, it looks also 'like a spiderweb' , its abstract and not, I keep looking at it, a very interesting composition, I like it very much,

Thanks for showing:)

Ginnie said...

The composition and perspective on this image are very pleasing to the eye, Ted. I like it, too!

Ted Roth said...

Thanks all for stopping by. I hope you took the time to click on this one. There's lots more to be seen when it's full screen.