Monday, 8 June 2009

daily childhood mysteries

Nikon D80 | 1/400 seconds | f 3.5 | ISO 100 | 50 mm
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“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery every day. Never lose a holy curiosity.”
Albert Einstein [German born American Physicist who developed the special and general theories of relativity. Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921. 1879-1955]

44 comments:

Tudor said...

Minunat Romina. Iar pata de culoare din colt este neasteptata si de efect. In rest ce faci?

romina said...

hei Tudor! multumesc mult de comentariu. esti amabil ca intotdeauna. eu ce sa fac.. lucrurile pe care le stii: serviciu, casa, incerc si foto.. nu'mi ies toate la fel de bine la parametri constanti, insa viata e frumoasa..
tu? am vazut ca ai lipsit ceva zile :)

romina said...

this should have been here..
"Florence said...
I love the criosity of the children ! Nice mono with selective desaturation.

08 June 2009 20:37"

.. thank you Florence :)

Tudor said...

Lucrurile obisnuite? Tu nu faci niciodata lucruri obisnuite. Razi la fel de mult? Poate ne vedem zilele astea. Stii si Anca e in Bucuresti. Poate il cunoastem si noi pe Ado :)

k@ said...

Beautiful windmill with pinkish cute gal in awe ! Love the wood in your B&W, Romina ~ 

dan said...

The childhood is convenient to the curiosity, the interrogation, the research . It's the moment of the life where everything is discovered.

beanow said...

You exhibited the colour the child figure beautifully what underlined proportions: great windmill and the child tiny figure. Charming and intryguing shot!

Arjan - PlasticDaisy said...

Perfect title for a very cool image!

Ken said...

Wonderfully captured moment here, Romine. And when I scrolled down there was a surprise of the little girl. Don't know why some of the windmill is colored (the brown planks) and some not? Was that intentional? Peace.

Ken said...

Romine, Wonderful capture and then the nice surprise when i scrolled down to see the little girl. Where the brown colored planks intentional on the windmill, I didn't understand why they were singled out? Peace.

romina said...

yes Ken, i intended to let it that way.. i don't know really way. i tried dome variants and i liked this one best..
peace back at you :)

Ángel Corrochano said...

That pretty scene and that you have selected the color well

Greetings

Ken said...

I see. thanks for explaining. Sorry about the double post. :)

romina said...

Ken.. no worry :) sorry i didn't have a more pertinent answer :)

pando said...

Great blog, beautiful photos, Romina!
Thanks for visit. Always welcome ;-)

AB said...

Salut! This is a great photo with nice colour treatment. It reminds me of the Village Museum by Lake Herastrau.

isidro said...

excelente trabajo!muy original y de agradable visión!

Glen Goffin said...

Lovely! Nicely framed. The lines lead our eyes to the little girl :)

Laurie said...

This is very sweet. Nice use of selective color.

sherri said...

Ah, the wonder of it:-)

Debra Trean said...

I like the selective color and the great texture of the image not to mention the wonder of a childs eye.

J. L. T. said...

Lovely little story including the title and the text. It seems like yesterday:-) Sunny greetings

Mike said...

One of the cutest little windmills I've ever seen. Beautifully photographed.

Santiago Bedoya said...

Beautiful picture. I like the composition and the processing.
Greetings.

PhilippeB said...

oh, very nice shoot ...., good processing ....

Emmma said...

Vad ca iti place Muzeul Satului! Nice shot again!

romina said...

Ceau Ema :) Sunt facute cu aceeasi ocazie.. dar da, imi si place. probabil o sa mai dau o tura pe acolo..
Multumesc si tie de vizita si comentariu :)

Astrid said...

This is an amzing picture, love the way you put in the selective colours, my complimenst here.

mannedspace said...

Great treatment for this shot.

Ashish Sidapara said...

Love the selective coloring, beautiful shot!
PS: Thanks for stopping by.

Emilio said...

Great use of selective coloring. I like the message it conveys and great accompanying words. Great photograph all around!

romina said...

don't know anymore what to do with the comment form problem..
"Ajay said...
Excellent shot and the way that child is looking up with curiosity.

09 June 2009 20:43"

Thank you all for stopping by.

Olivier Jules said...

cool shot!! very nice picture

akarui said...

Beautiful shot and selective colors on the child. Interesting windmill indeed.

dj.tigersprout said...

amazing play with color -- and excellent image! faaabulous composed and shot!!!

Stunner said...

I like the partial colour!

AphotoAday said...

Great photo -- and yes, the sense of fascination and wonder has never stopped for me...

Ca†≈ said...

A big smile for this tebder shot.
Well done.

Pavan Kaul said...

A wonderful, sweet picture with great processing and text. Well done!

Evelyne Dubos said...

Nice capture with an interesting use of selective colors. Like the wooden wings of this old mill, very interesting.

c o n f l a g r a t i o said...

So clean and full of energy. A great photo.

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eric said...

like a journalist , great work !!

rem_la said...

superbe cette coloration partielle !