17 comments on “Crookedy”

  1. Cool photo. Love the falling snow too!.-= Zing´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>Wood =-.

  2. i think every day you change something with your blog. tonight, i see snow!it goes well with the “crookedy” photograph. there’s a lot of energy in today’s photo- symbolized by the power lines and towers.and so here is a connection: it is almost thanksgiving day in california, which begets a tradition for saying one thing to be thankful for.i’m thankful for the connection we have. the power grid. the internet. the words and the images we share. i hope that doesn’t change..-= Seraphine´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>Gerascophobia: Fear of the Mad-Fall =-.

  3. splendide… on se croirait sur la route

  4. Snow and electricity…. Are you afraid with a future blackout?.-= tagazou´s last blog ..<a href="–40062405.html“ rel=”nofollow”>L’âne cherche… =-.

  5. Very creative angle and point-of-view. Love the falling snow. Is it snowing there already??.-= Marcie´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>Porta D Ingresso =-.

  6. Excellent effect!!! Super angle and processing…as always, Elaine :).-= beanow´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>"TO BE…" / Dublin (11.2009) =-.

  7. Hey Elaine – I like what you did with the colors here. Reminds me of my “Lomo” camera. When I would get the pics developed the colors came out similar to this. I like it very much and you picked just the right time to pull the shutter ;).-= John Masters´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>Roads I Follow =-.

  8. cool image with great mood – you are the mood maker.-= yiannis krikis´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>three =-.

  9. great effect … how an old photo from a pinhole camera.

  10. oh! snow!! i just noticed it now! lol! it does go well with this image.. ;D.-= rian´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>road trippin’ =-.

  11. i like the tilt on this photo elaine, and i also like your new layout style with the flakes falling. =].-= Liang´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>The Tiramisu =-.

  12. Really like this shot, I like the scratches on the image, makes it look old (it’s a digital camera, so do you add this effect post processing or print it out and add scratches to the print…regardless, it looks good). I like the angle of the shot, the sense of journey, really reminds me of the work of Daido Moriyama, one of the best photographers in Japan who just shoots whatever he comes across. You should check him out if you have time..-= Will´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>Whisky galore =-.

  13. This is a very cool shot Elaine! I like the motion and angle of the frame. The power lines create such an energy. Nice one :).-= bluechameleon´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>unfocused memory =-.

  14. It feels like it’s rushing toward me. I love those power lines and glad you didn’t straighten it..-= sherri´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>genteel =-.

  15. A helluva photograph, Elaine! Love it, love it, love it. Feels like running free at last. At least I’m running out of words to say how great this beauty is … brilliant!All the best & safe travels, Fritsch..-= Fritsch´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>invisible city XII =-.

  16. Very cool shot, dig the motion and the power lines….-= Ivar´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>Dare to believe =-.

  17. I love the feeling of dystopia here – the repeating giant power lines, blur, and processing all combine for a very bleak photograph..-= SD (Aspherical)´s last blog ..<a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>ultramodern =-.

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