Phenomenal. Love the contrasting lines, one set horizontal and parallel, the other circular, facing each other across a short expanse of sparse grass. A beautiful photograph.
6 Jan 2010 5:03am
it is so interesting to see the beauty that snow brings to your world!
6 Jan 2010 5:55am
nice shot, beautiful pattern.
6 Jan 2010 9:19am
Very clever crop !
6 Jan 2010 12:00pm
this just had to be in b&w. :-) it's so graphic and so lovingly composed. :-)
6 Jan 2010 12:05pm
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6 Jan 2010 12:24pm
Well seen and captured GJC! ;-)
6 Jan 2010 12:50pm
Great eye! Love the patterns!!!
6 Jan 2010 12:56pm
What a beautiful composition. Bravo!
6 Jan 2010 1:34pm
modern, cool Japanesque.
6 Jan 2010 1:50pm
Good choice with the composition. best...jerry
6 Jan 2010 1:57pm
great shot, Ilike it, very graphic, it's pure land art
6 Jan 2010 3:03pm
6 Jan 2010 4:02pm
Simple yet abstract. I agree it would be fun to play with in B & W. Very nice.
6 Jan 2010 5:40pm
Great how the snow brought out the pattern! Very innovative for this subject
6 Jan 2010 6:43pm
6 Jan 2010 8:02pm
A novel concept . . makes a kinda refreshing sense !
6 Jan 2010 8:52pm
I love your choice of what to show here. Always so detail oriented. ;0)
6 Jan 2010 9:55pm
Very cool! I like this a lot.
6 Jan 2010 10:06pm
Honestly, looks better when it is dry, but the traces of snow is very beautiful.
7 Jan 2010 1:16am
I absolutely love this. It just seems like one of those pictures made out of practically nothing, that somehow make you want to shout.
7 Jan 2010 1:23am
@Stovepipe: What a warm and generous comment. Thank you very much.
Beautiful design. I like it.
7 Jan 2010 1:34pm
Love the curve balanced by the straight lines a great composition.
8 Jan 2010 4:31am
9 Jan 2010 2:39pm
Great the snow which underlines this Zen garden.
17 Jan 2010 8:02am
those lines are beautiful !
20 Jan 2010 6:17pm
a truly wonderful shot.
31 Jan 2010 9:27pm
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