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Photographer Nick Karagiaouroglou  Nick Karagiaouroglou {Karma:127263}
Project N/A Camera Model Canon T90
Categories Nature
Florals
Film Format 24x36
Portfolio Lens Canon FD 24mm, 1:2.8 SSC
Uploaded 6/27/2006 Film / Memory Type Fuji  Superia
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Location City -  Hergiswil
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Country - Switzerland   Switzerland
About At the end, after decay of human made things, nature simply continues to live.
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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66407} 7/6/2006
Hi Nick,
Yes nostalgia is the word. For sure.
Andre

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 7/3/2006
Indeed it seems to be that way, Andre! And I am very glad to know that you see and consider it the same way. This haunted feeling has not much to do with fear, it is rather nostalgy I guess (?)

I'll be wating to know your opinion on the next ones in this direction.

Cheers,

Nick

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66407} 7/3/2006
Nick,
From reading your reply, I can see that we both have almost exactly the same perspective on the mixing of nature with old abandoned man-made items and buildings.
There is an area near us where the old wooden houses are long gone. But there are some very faint outlines of old wooden fences, overgrown pathways and a few very wild domestic flowers blooming every year. It is not hard to imagine the young families of the past playing and working in this area. Images taken in places like this can have a very haunting effect, when you let your imagination run wild.
Andre

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 7/1/2006
Thank you very much indeed, Theresa!

Nick

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 7/1/2006
Well, Greg my friend, it seems that nature just takes its way, no matter what we do and how we try to prevent it from doing that. And it is good that it does.

Many many thanks for the nice comment!

Nick

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 7/1/2006
Thank you, Andre, very much!

Yes, these old gardens, where some human made things start breaking down, have much more character. They tell us so many stories of the past, and who lived there, and how short the time is, that human beings are allowed to intervene nature - which then just continues as if nothing had happened.

Cheers,

Nick

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 7/1/2006
ˇGracias mucho, Alicia! Estoy alegre tú tengo gusto de ellas tanto.

Nick

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 7/1/2006
Many many thanks, Kosta. Indeed I discover for myself, that I'd rather get closer to a flower and shoot a wide angle than a macro. At least for the time being I am very attracted to the feeling of depth and distance - empty space if you wish - that a wide angle is able to create.

Thank you very much again,

Nick

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Theresa Rankin Theresa Rankin   {K:938} 6/30/2006
Truthful capture! Well done!
Theresa

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greg collins   {K:12273} 6/29/2006
Great photo of nature. nice to see a photo of how it is and not how man wants it.
Greg

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Andre Denis Andre Denis   {K:66407} 6/28/2006
An excellent, warm scene Nick,
Sometimes those wild gardens have the most character. I like the Ivy growing on the side of the house too.
Andre

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Alicia Popp   {K:87532} 6/28/2006
Encantadora imagen... esas flores del primer plano quedan deliciosas!. Felicitaciones!

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Kostas Tzanetos Kostas Tzanetos   {K:22012} 6/28/2006
nature that continues to live + lovely 24mm perspective = a wonderful photo :-)

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