Friday, November 14, 2014

HERMANCE'S HIDDEN TREASURES PART II



Hermance Summer 2014

In photography, the smallest thing can be a great subject. The little, human detail can become a Leitmotiv.
- Henri Cartier-Bresson

 
The truth of the story lies in the details.
- Paul Auster, The Brooklyn Follies

43 comments:

  1. Hidden treasure, indeed. I love how you see beauty everywhere, Rosa.

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  2. You have such a great eye. Thanks.

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  3. That faucet!:)

    Years ago..when we were in France.. I think..Fontaine-De-Vaucluse.. by the water.. there was an old stone building and to the side..just as you have shown here..was a table and 2 bistro chairs:)
    Uncanny..It brought back the image so vividly!

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  4. Beautiful!
    Have a great weekend, Rosa!
    Angie

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  5. Je craque pour le table à pic nic et les promesses de bons moments qu'elle symbolise!

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  6. I'd love to have an alfresco lunch at that table - such an idyllic spot!

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  7. I love small things Rosa! Are the most beautiful!
    I love this beautifulwindow:))

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  8. Beauty wherever we look! Lovely post, Rosa!

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  9. Love your photos of the pretty and green countryside. So much prettier than the bare trees, brown grass and even a little dusting of snow this morning.

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  10. You found truly beautiful treasures, Rosa! Have a lovely weekend :)
    Cheers,
    J+C

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  11. It looks beautifully lush and green and picturesque Rosa! :D

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  12. you have an eye for wonderful small details

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  13. When I take a picture I aim and shoot. When you portray an image it takes on a life of its own. Thank you so much for sharing, Rosa...

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  14. Captivating hidden treasures.

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  15. Your posts always put me a good mood. Lovely photos!

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  16. I agree, the details are as important, sometimes more important, than the big pictures.

    For some reason I love pics of windows, and this one looks so special.

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  17. I want to be eating a nice lunch with a glass of wine at that tucked away table. ;)

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  18. Great pics and quotes! You are amazing!

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  19. Dear Rosa, Very lovely photos. They inspire conversation and thought. Catherine xo

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  20. The story definitely lies in the detail and you capture that so well. You truly are an artist.

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  21. Isn't that true "the smallest thing can be a great subject" Beautiful clicks! Love the outdoor faucet. xo

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  22. On a tout juste envie d'ouvrir la fenetre et de regarder dans le jardin, jolies photos intimistes.

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  23. Rosa, your attention to detail is impeccable. Grant shots!
    Hugs,

    Yelena

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  24. Such beautiful pictures and great quotes! Thank you, Rosa :)

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  25. You have a talent to see the beauty in everything. Love the faucet photo!

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  26. Beautiful photos, Rosa! Hope you are having a great week :)

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  27. I love how you see beautify in the details. Gorgeous!

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  28. You capture everything in such a beautiful way.. Love following your blog, it's somehow relaxing.

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  29. we sometimes forget to just empty our minds and look at the simpler things in life. I always forget to do that and often it's as if I am rediscovering things if I just take it easy and now for example look and take in your pictures Rosa.

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  30. Vivement l'été prochain Rosa.

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  31. The rock looks like a dinosaur haha :) Your pictures are beautiful!

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  32. belle citation , j'aime beaucoup le robinet :)

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  33. Bresson est un grand ! tu fais également de très belles photos....tu es sur sa voie...
    bises

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  34. Beautiful photos ,can't take my eyes out

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  35. Love looking at the details! Great photos, Rosa.

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  36. I believe in that quote a lot and you shared some lovely photos. It's been a while I visited your blog. Lots to catch up :)

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  37. Oh my goodness, these are so incredible and I so love each of them, especially the window with the lace curtains and the water spout . . . so much color and composition! Outstanding!
    Roz

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