Sunday, April 20, 2008

Project Green - Palm Leaf

Anna has a new theme this week. Now we are on to Project Green. Just yesterday when I was on my walk I kind of hoped the new color for the project would be either red or green. The moment I saw she chose green, I knew this shot would be first.

Please go to Anna's blog to see her Project Green photos and the links to all the other participants.

All my Project Green posts:
1. Palm Leaf
2. Field of Greens
3. Finding Green in Red China
4. Larry the non veggie Veggie
5. Oooops
5b. Oooops revisited
6. Green Eyed Pumpkin
7. Gift Wrapped in Green


Jan Parrish said...

We are just starting to see green but the cherry blossoms are killing my allergies.

Anna said...

I LOVE THIS! I am a BIG fan of lines and I like how they are curved! Great start Robert and thanks for your comment on my post!

Carletta said...

This is gorgeous!
Seems we were all anticipating what color - I thought blue. Guess I'll save those :)
I saw where you came by earlier and commented on my Camera Critters.My green is up now so I hope you'll take a look.

quilly said...

I love this. I am surrounded by palm trees and am wishing I'd thought of it! Color me green with envy!

(And I understand PRoject Red has already been done! Waaaa!)

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

Wow! That is a wonderful green photo. What a great accordian effect. Love the light too. Nice job!!

Jeanne Damoff said...

Beautiful shot! Color, light and line. What more could a photographer ask for? :)

Shelly said...

Lovely! Nice angle ;)

christy said...

This is great -- I love how abstract it is, yet because it's of a leaf, it's natural at the same time! (I'm taking a modern art class, and those are two things most artists are very concerned about -- here you've brought them together nicely!)

I was a bit late in posting today, but my first contribution to Project Green is now up!

Karly said...

It looks like you are getting your money's worth with that macro lens. :)

I love green. :)

the teach said...

Such a vibrant, lovely green! I'm not that happy with my green - I have to find brighter colors, and I will in the future! :D

June said...

I love the feel of motion you captured.

fishing guy said...

Robert: Nicely done, very symmetric in the lines.

CAROLYN said...

It's amazing what we see when close-up, isn't it? That is neat!

Dorothy said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, Robert. And for the encouraging words!

I love the repetition of lines in your photo, as well as the brilliant green!