The Past and the Present prt3

The Past and the Present prt3

The Past and the Present prt3

(looks best full screen; click once; and once more on the image and then F11)

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11 comments
    • 🙂 I just pressed the shutter and ‘Lightroomed’ the RAW into a JPG; with some enhancements I liked. The green part is a reflection of an old movie on a very dark, pink-blue tinted glass-wall. No further tricks. Thanks for liking, Ash.

  1. Malin H said:

    I like these series of yours. And the colours say a lot.

  2. Malin H said:

    Ps. I found this on the Internet:

    “Green is the color of balance and growth. It can mean both self-reliance as a positive and possessiveness as a negative, among many other meanings.”

    “ple or violet assists those who seek the meaning of life and spiritual fulfillment – it expands our awareness, connecting us to a higher consciousness. For this reason it is associated with transformation of the soul and the philosophers of the world are often attracted to it.”

    • Thanks, Malin. Many years ago I read about the impact and meaning of the colours. I thought it might be possible to design buildings with interior-colours that could enhance the activities of the people inside; or help to prevent them from getting sick. Never thought of it related to photography; so thanks for the eye-opener 🙂

  3. Great information, harrie we have been doing this for some time now I just realized it’s been six months passed since I started, you have been there since the beginning putting with my comments, what l just want to say is thanks that’s all
    As always The Professional Cannon

  4. Bjorn said:

    Besides a psychological component which is universal, colours also seem to have differing impacts according to local culture and environment. So, I doubt there is a universal palette to foster a sense of well being in our buildings. Just makes the design process more interesting 🙂

    I love the photo with all its intricate layers and fragments. It brings back all the times I’ve stood in front of this very same scene.

    • Thanks Amigo. A combi of universal and local would be the best; but that would take some study and who would be willing to save time for that in the world of architects…

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