Destinies Intertwined II by Wroth
Wroth

Destinies Intertwined II

by Wroth in Digital Photography

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  • FabioKeiner

    FabioKeiner

    excellentissimo

    Apr 24th, 2012 Reply
  • UmbraRegina

    UmbraRegina

    I've never seen these before, but they sure are mysterious. very pretty and interesting shot.

    Sep 23rd, 2011 Reply
  • StephaneP

    StephaneP

    This is wow!

    Jul 31st, 2011 Reply
  • snowmask

    snowmask

    How bizarre... something from a dark faerie-tale :) The colour treatment is wonderful.

    Jul 25th, 2011 Reply
  • 7Shadows

    7Shadows

    That is an incredibly interesting plant. I like this one better because it offers a lot more contrast. I also mixes nicely with the minimalistic background.

    Jul 25th, 2011 Reply
    • Wroth

      Wroth

      Yah I love these plants, thousands grow in the the sandy soil on the river bank on the edge of my ranch. When they all mature it's really crazy, a field of fluff.

      They are two very different takes, color always has a stronger upfront impact though.

      Thanks for dropping in as always :]

      Jul 25th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
  • leiko

    leiko

    I hate you.

    1.) How did you find this? Why does nature make itself interesting for you? Did you twist it by hand, or do you live in a bizarre part of the world?

    2.) How is your timing so good? You managed to catch those flowers when the lighting was nice, and a spider was crawling across. Did you plant the spider?

    3.) You are too good at too many things. It's not humanly possible. Are you an android?

    Jul 24th, 2011 Reply
    • Wroth

      Wroth

      Heh, thanks Karen :]

      1. Some were twisted already, and I added to it to make a whole bunch.

      2. Moving the plants irritated the spider and he came out of hiding, they are not too uncommon. The title somewhat relates to him, since these spiders' whole worlds are on the flowers. A play perhaps on the biblical reference in Saffron Deluge with these same kind of flowers getting washed away.

      3. I have too much angst to be a robot. :D

      Jul 25th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • leiko

      leiko

      Angst? I told you I hated you, and you told me thanks and smiled o.O That seems like what an android who doesn't quite understand human emotions might do!

      I am not too familiar with the Bible. Please, tell me what happened to the saffron in the Bible.

      Jul 25th, 2011 Reply
    • Wroth

      Wroth

      But I knew your hate was said with luv ♥

      Saffron was a duel reference to the yellow color and the flowers and not to do with the the bible, Deluge was a reference to the flood myth of Noah - "The Deluge" pretty common subject for artwork, one of my favs is http://www.googleartproject.com/museums/tate/the-deluge-84 , Doré's is a close second http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Gustave_Dor%C3%A9_-_The_Holy_Bible_-_Plate_I,_The_Deluge.jpg

      Jul 25th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • leiko

      leiko

      I can see the parallel between the distraught spiders in a traumatized environment, and the members of Noah's arc during the deluge. Your decisions are making more sense to me, and thus making me hate you more for having such thought and concept on top of technique ;p

      I love the composition and flow of Danby's painting, but I love the bodily contortions and the tiger with the cub in her mouth of Doré's piece. Lovely, indeed.

      And who says my hate is filled with luv o.O I think some artists will see what they want of the world, regardless of what anyone tells them! bah humbug.

      Jul 25th, 2011 Reply
  • Garapan

    Garapan

    What a great camera eye! Great choice of subjects!

    Jul 24th, 2011 Reply
  • fokis8

    fokis8

    What I see- Three spiky creatures, their huge mouths make up their entire head-would stop at the orange, slowly regurgitating some twisting form. Pretty badass capture!

    Jul 24th, 2011 Reply
    • Wroth

      Wroth

      Interesting take on it, thanks for sharing your feedback :]

      Jul 25th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • fokis8

      fokis8

      Any time, thanks for the visual

      Jul 25th, 2011 Reply
  • Dynnnad

    Dynnnad

    Thanks for sharing this beautiful piece, it's an inspiration to all of us artists and has been featured in the Daily Inspiration #140, congratulations!

    http://shadowness.com/dailyinspiration/forum/daily-inspiration-140

    Jul 24th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
  • Mishelangello

    Mishelangello

    Beautiful!

    Jul 24th, 2011 Reply