an artists eye

Monday, July 18, 2011



when i take photographs, the ones that mean the most to me are captured when something I see makes me feel - when something i see is begging to be made in to something tangible. the photos taken from this post by Li+Belle at her blog remind me of that feeling - I love them =)

Happy sunday guys!

60 comments:

aforadrienne.com said...

Great images. And I agree that outstanding art always makes you feel.

Jamie said...

Wow - incredible images

orfeenix said...

I feel like having a trip!

Carolina said...

Summer nights passing by a silent railroad, how wonderful. (Just got home from a quiet night bicycle ride :) )

Kavery said...

Too true. Great art also gives me goose bumps!

Eva @ Four Leaf Clover said...

That's really cool, Krystal and I really like these photos! I'm glad you shared them. I hope you had a great weekend!

Christianna said...

These snapshots so make you feel like you are seeing something spacial in the artists eye! Thanks for sharing!

Marisa said...

So pretty. I love that sunset :)

Chelsea Lane said...

LOVE the view through the fence.

xoxo

E said...

On the flip side, nothing is more frustrating to me than not being able to capture the feeling I want to in a picture. Those are absolutely gorgeous.

ellie said...

Oh, such a mood..the blues..real blues..of the train.

mapleandvine said...

Beautiful shots. Photography is one of the most personal ways of expressing yourself.

Wander.Lust said...

beautiful pictures, hope you had a lovely weekend. xoxo

Laura-Bear said...

oh my what wonderful shots. I'd like these large hanging on my wall!

ivy's closet said...

Such character in the artist's work.

Josie said...

I love your outlook -- and that second photo is gorgeous.
xo Josie
www.winksmilestyle.com

Bad Joan said...

Gorgeous images. Definitely an artist's eye!

http://www.badjoan.blogspot.com

jaclyn @ thelateafternoon said...

lovely photographs! i especially like the one with the fence!

Kirsten @ Triple Max Tons said...

So pretty!

Jessi Haish said...

beautiful!!

Fran Domínguez said...

Cool :)

Fran Domínguez | Photographer

MyFavouriteThings said...

I love these images, they remind me of the feeling I get when I go on vacation:)

Kristina said...

loving them as well :)
hope you had a great weekend!! happy monday :)

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

My favourite is the first. I can almost feel the story behind these images. Art is here to inspire. Warmly hope you are well and enjoying summer. xx

Celeste said...

These are so so gorgeous. It depicts exactly how I feel about trains in Europe.

Sara Bentley said...

Hi! These are really cool -- you can totally imagine sitting on a fast-moving train and glancing out the window at these scenes! Hope you're well :))

Girl living in Oslo said...

Hi girl...
Great use of color in the last one:)

Have a great week...

The Blonde Duck said...

Isn't it amazing how the camera sees things we don't?

Kristin said...

Many, many thanks for the link and the praise. I am really happy.:)

marissa at the boot said...

YES. the desperate loneliness of train tracks gets me every time.

Bad Taste Toast said...

I LOVE photos of train rails! And i love to take them myself too! Rails always give me this feeling of lemancholy (because of all the trainrides I went on in my life) and also the feeling of wanderlust (because of the many places they might take me in the future). :)

Stacey said...

beautiful and they exude depth.

andrea despot said...

i love how the lines of the train tracks show up in these! i definitely get a good feeling from these too, like they belong from a memory i've had before...

thingsIlove said...

These pictures are amazing! Thanks for sharing.

Mary Jo from TrustYourStyle said...

So true. And I love how personal these images feel!

xo Mary Jo

Tamara said...

These are really, really beautiful!

Rhiannon {Hey Gorg} said...

I love the stuff you blog over here bff. Everything is so you, you have such a distinct and rad style and I heart that about you. I am so sorry I haven't been over here in forever; things have been crazy! I must catch up on all the goodness I have missed. Miss you too! xoxo

the nyanzi report said...

sweet images!

LCR said...

and, girl, you have a serious artists eye!!
I do know what you mean though, to look at the world through a lens makes you look a little more carefully.
These images are awesome, Krystal.

Diana Mieczan said...

Those photos give me such a goose bumps. They are amazing, sweetie! Have a relaxing evening. Muah

Julie said...

Definitely these are capturing the moment...I hope your day is glorious!

Jessi said...

love these

whitney // eat sleep cuddle. said...

loved your "Wanted This Week" over at Pennyweight and really loving these beautiful photos! :)

A BRIT GREEK said...

A picture can say a thousand words... love a good bit of photography!
x.o.x.o

Charlotte said...

You are a wonderful photographer - you really do have a knack for taking pictures that make others feel too.

Gloria said...

Beautiful images - I especially like the view through the chain link fence

sugarmouse said...

i love morning light. as beautiful as sunsets are, i still prefer sunrise (: (: you're my inspiration for taking more photos! have a happyhappy day ♥

Southerners from the North said...

i love these images....true art!

xx

PASTIME BLISS

Ashley said...

I think it's the train tracks that are so great in both photos :)

LyddieGal said...

I just love the way she's captured that lovely golden light!

Chic on the Cheap

bron @ baby space said...

So atmospheric...reminds me of Central station in Sydney at dusk :)

alli/hooray said...

these are rad.

Poppies and Sunshine said...

I agree with you- the best photographs are ones that make us feel! These are wonderful :)

Becca said...

oh my goodness, love these.

katie said...

i am in love with these!! soooo great.

Rach said...

you really are so talented!

Monica {bohemian twilight} said...

the photos i return to are the ones that are technically good. but the ones that remain within me are the ones that trigger emotions, regardless of their technical merit.

Lynn {hearted girl} said...

yes and more YES! i was walking home today along the seawall and something i think quite often is how amazing it would be if our eyes could capture those images we see at intervals. gosh girl, i am so with you about feeling the moment and being able to freeze it for all time. lovely post and tender share! ♥

Reina said...

that last photo is quite gorgeous and calm

Chuzai Living said...

Very well put! Something tangible. Li+Belle's photos are beautiful. I will go check her out. Thanks!

 

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