Gallery Picks forthe week ending November 25, 2019
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Gallery Picks forthe week ending November 25, 2019

Gallery Picks is an opportunity for you to post a heads up to what you have seen during the past seven days at RFF that you like.

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Ko.fe's work and aesthetic remain an inspiration: a dark, fragile take on ordinary things, just behind conscious perception.





Intended effect or not, these structures by Mj Buckpitt are anything but stable. And hold our interest.



Charlesdamorgan. As lynn remarked, its incredble that such technology had such consequence. But only by today's standards. A good rendering.

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Miehrman having a particularly moody week.

Evocative and moody cloister (but not claustrophobic)



The eternal country road



The wobbling Tower of Babel from MJ Buckpitts



Daveoo's Ethanol farm, with more than a hint of product sampling - really good use of blur



The exquisite tracery of asymmetrical symmetry from Greg Maslak



Bike Tourist putting into feline form one of my favourite Handel Arias: As with rosy steps the morn, from Theodora, advancing drives the shades of night. The night creature the black cat now a happy daylight beastie.



And a super evocative, beautifully composed and printed series from Ko.Fe

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As alwayis it's nice to see this thread starting again! Wonderful selection already made, I try to add a little bit of color

A photo by Enlo with delicate not shouted colors and interesting details, autumn style!



Lovely portrait, love the expression and the colors palette, included the small amount in the jug on the background. Bravo Anthsmith !



Now it's difficult: two photos from Dotur, one I like for the almost no color in it and the other because of the strong "splash" of color. Not sure which one I prefer I'll submit the both!





It's not the color itself but the subject and the composition which make this almost monochromatic photo by Mlehrman interesting to my eyes: I like this kind of geometry and the reflections which provide an additional layer to the compositiom.



Different style here: again I like the geometry which is now supported by strong comlementary colors, well seen by Rangefinder 35.



I'll come back later to this thread with my selection of B&W photos.
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Alex Krasotkin



2 from Mlehrman





Rangefinder35



Makar



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Time for my selectio of B&W pics. Most have already been posted here before...

CharlesDAMorgan posted a good street scene, and with added bonus of some humor! Please do not forget to read the "wanted" sign



Evocative interior shot by Mlehrman



Mother and child, by Greg Maslak. Love the fram and ...the faces! Do you see them?



Mlehrman again! Love the light and the perspective in this photo, love that road!



Power, from an interesting series by Daveoo, one photo has already been selected by CharlesDAMorgan therefore I select another good one, where I like the way the frame is divided in three parts by the two chimneys. And I appreciate the ...low-fi look !



Multiple layers in the selfportrait in Rotterdam by Alberti, I like the candelabra in the background



In this wet times I could I be not interested in this photo from dotur?



Interesting framing, almost a double frame in this photo by Ko.fe



They say there is no rose without thorns...Lynn surprises us with a beautiful cell phone picture of a splendid rose...



A photo with an high content of art by Mv72: the ability of the photographer and the beauty of the nature give us a special result



Most of people in this forum already know the class of Alex Krasotkin when he makes his portraits, like the one with Cleo here but I like very much also the shot of the church of San Giovenni in Crisostomo, beautiful light and beautiful B&W.

Cleo:


San Giovanni Crisostomo



We had another great week with many inspiring photo. Nice to see RFF is not only gear... Thanks to the many good photographers
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Thank you all for including a couple of my photos this week. There are many terrific pictures this week. I liked all the ones others have posted so far. Here are a few more that shouldn't be missed.

Miehrman

Saganich

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Thanks Robert and Charles for the mentions.
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Yes: Mlehrman's, the background is alive with beauty.
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Thank you deeply for mentioning my pictures. It's an honor.
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Thanks to all for words and mentioning!

Mother and Child 2019 Greg Maslak



Untitled - Photo 293098 2019 Mlehrman



Untitled - Photo 293033 2019 Mlehrman
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Thank yo very much for mentioning my photos, Robert! I am honoured!
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Thanks so much to all for their mentions and likes, but more for sharing their excellent photos. It is a joy to see such excellent photography!
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Charles, thank you for the mention.
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Thank you Robert for your comment.
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Mlehrman & Charles, Thank you both for your comments.

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