Wordless Wednesday: Monet? April 29, 2015 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel Japan, Travel Theme, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged Japan, Monet, water lilies Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Beautiful, Monet like reflection, Michael.
Glad to hear from you every now and then!
It could be 🙂 Monet’s colors!
Glad that you agree!
Yes!! It is reminiscent of Monet!
You and I have had the same idea at different times. Here’s a “Monet” I did once: https://sustainabilitea.wordpress.com/2012/08/17/another-season-at-our-lake/.
Your photos are lovely too!
Can’t believe this is a photo! I’ve seen all the lotus paintings by Monet, and this is, eh, yeah something like that. Just in case, I’ve posted one drawing and two butterflies. 🙂
Have seen many lilies painting by Monet too, don’t think any of them is in a portrait format.
Definitely captured the feel
Thank you, Scott!
Most definitely Monet.
Photo with a Monet feel 🙂
Love this Michael, it’s very good.
Looks like Monet’s painting when he was getting old and eyes becoming dim.
It does, I like the oil painting feel about it. 🙂
Yes, it does have a oil painting look 🙂
Oui https://www.pinterest.com/pin/278026976972573233/ Merci Michael
Merci artourway! ( I wanted to say, merci beaucop, afraid I got my French wrong!)
What a perfect Monet looks and imagery!
Glad that you like the Monet look!
Love this – have a romantic melancholy feel!
I feel that way too!
Shades os Giverny indeed. I was fortunate to see a number of Monet paintings at marmottan in Paris, painted over the years as Monet slowly grew blind. And yet almost blind he still could recapture the essence of the famous bridge. By memory maybe?
Yes, everything is in the mind!
It’s a perfect resemblance of a beautiful painting. Wonderful, Michael!
Glad that you like it!