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Saturday, June 02 2012 @ 07:15 PM GMT+4
Contributed by: monteverde

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    Authored by: cgrotke on Sunday, June 03 2012 @ 12:02 PM GMT+4
    Looks like a Japanese kimono.
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    Authored by: monteverde on Sunday, June 03 2012 @ 01:23 PM GMT+4
    Yeah it DOES, doesn't it! Didn't notice that before, Chris!
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    Authored by: annikee on Sunday, June 03 2012 @ 01:13 PM GMT+4
    That's freakin beautiful. The colors are so vivid. You have a sharp eye, monteverde.

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    Authored by: monteverde on Sunday, June 03 2012 @ 01:30 PM GMT+4
    Thanx, Annikee. Full disclosure - I did some editing in the computer to enhance the colors.
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    Authored by: spinoza on Sunday, June 03 2012 @ 02:23 PM GMT+4
    Above Red Cellar doors, laced with dried and pressed vines that
    radiate and cover crimson lungs, twin open and shut shutters...
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    Authored by: paulgardner on Sunday, June 03 2012 @ 05:50 PM GMT+4
    What I (eye) like about this photo is the first impression - it looks like an abstract. I thought for a second that it was a picture of an art work.
    I really love this type of picture and look for them myself.
    Good work Monteverde!
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    Authored by: monteverde on Sunday, June 03 2012 @ 08:55 PM GMT+4
    Thanx, Paul. That's exactly the idea I had when I composed the shot. Yesterday's heavy rain washed the pine needles off my roof and deposited them on the bulkhead door in the pattern you see. Their grace and flow really really appealed to me, proving to me once again that nature is one hell of an artist.