Categories abstract Architecture Photos porthole Post author By Rian Post date March 31, 2009 22 Comments on porthole ..here’s something interesting i got from a morning walk around st. george’s.. 🙂 Tags Bermuda, St George's Parish ← guv’s alley → aqua room 22 replies on “porthole” sweet simple composition and the colors are awesome! Its a powerful composition which stands out in this one. Wow, i like composition here and colours! 🙂 Perfect framing … and so nice color contrast Excellent detail. Love the graphic simplicity. Looks like we are on a boat. Well composed. I like images like this. Nice place with shapes and color. Love the simplicity,beautiful! I like the fact that it’s isolated by itself. Nice find here! You spotted a very interesting section with fine graphic qualities. I like how well you’ve controlled the whites of the fence to make it work so well against the white wall behind. Excellent image. A very cool shot. I love the composition and graphic quality. Superbly seen and captured Perfect framing and composition, beautiful! Interesting graphic, almost monochrome… This is the “drunk boat” 😉 I really like the framing on this shot. If the red lines where all above the porthole it would look almost like an eye with eyelashes 🙂 nice and simple, i still love the white buildings, so clean! great shot Rian! It’s pure and simple, Rian…and CLEAN. Well composed…love the simplicity and color. Nicely done! Excellent simplistic shot with great colors… really like how they keep their houses so sparkly white… Love the “design” aspect of this – the white on white is lovely and then the bold round center! wow … i saw the photo and said “A boat with a white picket fence?” Great composition…simple, but effective! Very creative! Very nice! Great and simple composition. I will never say enough that simple is beautiful, and you show it to us. Great ! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.