Sunday, August 29, 2010

Broken Trident


Neptune at the Poets Cascade grotto, Oeiras Palace gardens

22 comments:

Birdman said...

Interesting perspective taken in this shot.

Irina said...

Who needs trident when he has such a view? Staff for sure.

Halcyon said...

I like the way you've positioned this photo. It looks like the cell tower is now part of his trident.

Cezar and Léia said...

JM meu amigo...vc tem muita creatividade e talento, essa foto está maravilhosa!
Léia ;)

Joan Elizabeth said...

This is an interesting way of looking at it. I like this view much better than the fountain itself.

brattcat said...

Fine composition, JM.

Sharon said...

Neptune has a wonderful view!!

Jarart said...

JM, You have done it again! Brilliant!

Sylvia K said...

Terrific capture and I love your composition -- as always! It is brilliant! And as Halcyon wrote, the cell tower appears to be a part of his trident. Superb! Hope you have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

JM, the framing and perspective are fabulous!

VP said...

A pity for the statue, but you got an excellent framing for this nice view of the park.

joo said...

I like the perspective and the contrast in this photo.
By the way, is still so hot there?

jennyfreckles said...

Another lovely 'framed' image - is this a series? If not, it could be....
Thanks for your lovely comments on my blog too. Much appreciated.

Barb said...

Great capture....Barb

AB said...

Neptune might not have a complete trident but he does have a great view.

Randy said...

I agree with Birdman. Very interesting indeed. Looks like a beautiful garden.

Kate said...

What an interesting way to frame the photo!

T. Becque said...

This is funny, I was just trying to remember the name of these (tridents) - my son has one (toy) and he just asked me what it was called and I couldn't remember!
Anyway, I like the silhouette feature and Neptune's got quite the modern trident now with the cell tower!

Hilda said...

Gosh, Neptune can't rule the oceans without a trident!

Fantastic and unique angle. He has a great view!

Steffe said...

Very cool perspective.

Dina said...

That's so funny how the antenna comes out of his trident.

Francisca said...

It's all been said, JM. Super shot!