Pattern



From walking around the village =)

81 comments:

Liesl @ FabulousFashions4SensibleStyle said...

Love these, and your eye!

Liesl :)

Mr. Paparazzo said...

Interesting photos, good compositions!
In winter people need a lot of firewood :)
Sorry, I don't know what are those bags (?) on the second picture.

stilgerecht said...

Like it!

cuuks said...

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alannah. said...

gorgeous shots! youve got quite an eye.x

Croatian_Latina said...

love both of them!

style'n said...

gorgeous shots Krystal! Have you been taking more pictures lately? I have added a new lens to my holiday wishlist!!!

Tiffanie said...

great shots!

Jess said...

You need to post your beautiful photos more often Krystal! I could get lost forever looking at the all the angles and shadows in that first one. Patterns can be so fascinating.

Iulia Romana said...

Love the composition. Can't wait to see more :)

M said...

cool shots! been checking everyday for new photos here:)
LOVE your work!

xx.M

www.bellesandrebelles.blogspot.com

Cupcake said...

Oh you have an eye!! I'd walk right by that but in the picture it's so cool!
Great job!
Cupcake

Oana Alexandra Stroici said...

I like yours photos, your blog is really interesting!

kisses

xoxo O.A

Dlife said...

the wood pattern is fantastic

Erika said...

I love the way you manage to find the beauty in everyday things. These photographs are absolutely stunning - I especially adore the first one! :)

Nikki said...

Awesome. Love the wood one. I've always liked stacked firewood for some reason.

Are those sandbags or marshmallows?

stace said...

beautiful!!

Monique said...

I've come across your blog and am in LOVE!!! Beautiful photography darling! xo lots of love from CANADA.

My father is a photographer and the wood pile made me think of him :)

www.wply.blogspot.com

Barbara said...

beautiful pictures!!

Debby said...

Awesome photos... the first one is so cool! xo

{av} said...

Incredible photos--I'm so happy to have found your blog :) thanks for your sweet comment on mine! Can't wait to see more! ox

Kelle Dame said...

Love the texture in that first one! I can almost smell the scent of a wood burning stove!

Prutha said...

nice..the woods especiallly

rebecca said...

i like your pics, so very much. and thanks for the camera advice the other day. much needed!

bobiedanbad said...

like your pics..me also still learning

FASHION ICE said...

soo cool!

Berlin said...

So serene.
Photos taken up close look abstract, it's so fun!

Have a wonderful day!

Riding a bagel,
Berlin

Farah said...

I love the texture of the first picture! It looks like something I would find in Ikea
xoxo

Katyha said...

they are amazing

Kacia said...

These pictures show great texture. Keep up the good work!

Kacia

Monique said...

You're so sweet! I think it must be impossible to do a bad cover of that song... its so beautiful! Check back in a week or so, I've got a new video I'm putting together for my portfolio, I think you'll love it! xo

Monique

ediot said...

these shots are fantastic,.
hope you're having a great week. thanks for stopping by me. im off to check both your blogs out more now. take care
x

NYC In Photographs said...

Nice textures in these shots! Very nice!

KcomeKarolina said...

gorgeous!!!
thanks for passing by and leaving your sweet comment! remember it means a lot for me, so i hope you will stay in touch with my blog - it's easy with k come karolina on bloglovin, facebook and twitter :)

xoxo from rome
K.
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elizabeth s. said...

your photos are always so interesting! i love looking at your blog!

xx

e.

Cecille said...

nice views!! :P

Leeann @ Join the Gossip said...

That first photo is awesome! Like you said, so simple yet beautiful :)

Chuzai Living said...

I love the first one especially! Would be cool to print and frame.

*Simply Colette* said...

Pretty! I love pattern photos :)

genevieve, sandbox romance said...

More than a little stunning. The simple colors and the symmetry are perfect.

Davidikus said...

This looks cold but the patterns are very nice.

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Phoebe Rose said...

Beautiful pictures!

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OneCraftyFox said...

I love pattern in wood!! Whenever I go home (back to the farm), I end up taking lots of photos of the chopped/stacked wood piles and tree trunks ;)

CHECKS AND SPOTS said...

I love the repeated pattern and tones of these shots..

Carolina said...

Great textures!

SABINNA and DAVID said...

amazing photos! especially the first one!!

xx, Sabinna and David

http://broken-cookies.blogspot.com

azana said...

wow!! i like it...

Sands said...

These photos are gorgeous! You're such an amazing photographer ;)

xo
Sands

Tay Talk said...

I love that you live in a 'village'. :) Fun shots!

Davidikus said...

I think you sent me an email but my email system lost it! The pictures are great in colour. Paradoxically, pictures which have very few colour sometimes loose all their subtlety when changed into bw!

http://davidikus.blogspot.com/
http://www.davidranc.com

PS. Thanks for the kind & numerous comments on my blog.

la flore et la faune . com said...

I'd like that first photo for my bedroom, in a huge print

BlackLOG said...

As soon as I create a nice log pile Mrs B goes and burns it. I guess I could try with sandbags they might last a little longer....

Rhiannon Nicole said...

Beautiful!

Such a talented BFF, I have :)

Oona said...

Beautiful! So simple and amazing! :)

Meg said...

love these!! they need to be hanging in some rustic cabin! xx

fai said...

good one, i always love ure ide found the object to your shoot. niceeee darling

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minnja said...

I love that post :)))))))

LOVE
minnja

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thingsIlove said...

This looks amazing!

heart charlie said...

simply beautiful!

Niki said...

Oh, so lovely as allways.

Adele said...

Interesting photos! I love them! Great post! Merry Christmas!

Ana* said...

So simple and yet breath taking. I love these!!

christie said...

great photos!
merry christmas!

xx christie

www.christie86.blogspot.com

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Your blog is full of beautiful pictures. Congratulations for your artwork!

shade of whim said...

gorgeous images!!
xx

Olivia RPS said...

lovely! you take such nice photos :)
Olivia x
www.something-like-roses.blogspot.com

Bringing Pretty Back said...

I love how you see things!
Have a pretty day!
kristin

Erin said...

I'd hang the wood pile photo in my house. Cheers!

Pretty Little Pictures said...

Gorgeous images!

Brenda said...

Hi, I just discovered your blog. it's already giving me a lot of ideas! Love that first picture of the logs :)

Lady Sophia's Lover said...

You arise beauteous in the horizon of the heavens
Oh living Aten who creates life.
When you shine forth in the Eastern horizon you fill every land with your beauty.
You are so beautiful: you are great; gleaming and high over every land.
Your rays embrace the lands and all you have created;
You are Re and reach out to all your creations, and hold them for your beloved Son.
You are afar, but your rays touch the earth;
Men see you, but know not your ways.

Thanks...sweet sugar!

Jen said...

I haven't seen you post in awhile, this is a great abstract set!

Zaia said...

i love these a lot, especially the first one, very cool colours and pattern! xx

design traveller said...

Finally new photos... and very good ones!

Nici said...

What a great blog with nice and inspiring pictures - love it!

Greetings,
Nici

http://electric-cats.blogspot.com/

C'EST DEMODE said...

the wood log picture is absolutely stunning.

Ancia said...

I like the wood so much! Great picture!

Sandra said...

I love the wood pile!!
Beautiful photography. :)

Leovi said...

Gorgeous abstract compositions and very creative

Ainsley said...

love these, especially the wood!

Marthaamay O_o said...

Chopped wood side on always looks striking. I like how you've placed this photo beside something more soft looking and completely different in texture, both photos compliment each other so well.

I know my grammar is confusing above, but I just can't type my words out right. Excuse the fumbling phrase.