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Landart 2

Posted by
Calusarus (Valence, France) on 3 February 2008 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

Lieu/Location : LUS-LA-CROIX-HAUTE (26)

NIKON D200 1/800 second F/3.8 ISO 800 29 mm

Gary from Cochise County, United States

This is so unusual to me. Is this common in France? I think it's just wonderful. It has put a smile on my face.

3 Feb 2008 6:05am

@Gary: Not really common, but I think it's a nice idea to spend time for children, and an initation to landart we wil speak about in classroom later in the school year.

chris chisu from Seattle, United States

Beautiful idea. I love it.

3 Feb 2008 10:08am

@chris chisu: Thanks !

Steven from Montreal, Canada

Great idea, I love it!

3 Feb 2008 11:38am

@Steven: Thank you. And I prefer this one to the yesterday one.

IMPAR from Lisboa, Portugal

very nice work!!! the colors are great!

3 Feb 2008 12:01pm

@IMPAR: Autumn colors. thanks for stopping and commenting.

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

How creative and great colors

3 Feb 2008 1:41pm

@Jen: Thank you.

Attatudy from whitesboro, United States

LOL very cute. It looks like it might have taken some work to put together also.

3 Feb 2008 2:33pm

@Attatudy: Many children worked together to create it. Wait till tomorrow to see some artists. Thank you for commenting.

eddy from Tehran, Iran

cool :) , nice idea!

3 Feb 2008 2:58pm

@eddy: Many thanks.

Graça B. from Lisboa, Portugal

I choose the model of the right. Live another life with a body of beautiful leaves seems good... Had never thought of that... Great composition!

3 Feb 2008 5:52pm

@Graça B.: Mabe, but you'd live only one season… Thank you for your comment.

Michael from Wuppertal, Germany

Nice work & shot! Well spotted!

3 Feb 2008 7:08pm

@Michael: Thank you !

givethemhell from Germany

Oh, lovely, those three autumn people. I especially like the green apple man on the left.

3 Feb 2008 7:46pm

@givethemhell: This is the one I prefer, also. Thanks for your comment.

Laurent from Lyon, France

merci pour l'illustration. Je comprends maintenant ce qu'est le landart dont ma nièce me parlait.
Sympa comme œuvre éphémère.

3 Feb 2008 8:52pm

@Laurent: C'est effectivement un art de l'éphémère. Et c'est aussi intriguant quelques jours plus tard quand la nature a commencé à reprendre ses droits. D'ailleurs, c'est une idée à creuser (enfin… je veux dire à photographier).

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

L'idée est géniale et créative. J'aime beaucoup le mélange de tons

3 Feb 2008 8:54pm

@standley: Merci.

baobab from Cambridge, United States

Very creative and fun, with philosophical layers too... :-)

3 Feb 2008 11:11pm

@baobab: Thanks.

Ginnie from Atlanta, United States

Oh, how wonderfully creative and fanciful! The kids are doing a great job!

4 Feb 2008 12:40am

@Ginnie: It was the first time we tried to make them creating landart.

John Maslowski from Dallas, PA, United States

Interesting shot, nicely composed and creative. Well done.

4 Feb 2008 2:12am

@John Maslowski: Thank you for your kind comment.

Ken McCoy from Orlando-Daytona Beach, FL, United States

I agree, this one is better than yesterday's - and some of it is edible! :) Nice shot.

4 Feb 2008 2:16am

@Ken McCoy: I don't think it's a good idea to eat these wild apples ! Thank you for this comment.

NIKON D200
1/800 second
F/3.8
ISO 800
29 mm

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