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The Plant Guy

Posted by
Mooie (Vancouver, Canada) on 31 August 2012 in People & Portrait.

A hard-working genius you want on your side.

I am not sure how or when, but posting on this blog has become my most accurate platform for creative expression. It's so inspiring to browse through other blogs and every comment is very appreciated!

Nelida De La Fuente from Tres Arroyos, Argentina

Original point of view for this portrait taken from above. Good colors and light. regards

31 Aug 2012 5:49am

@Nelida De La Fuente: Thanks - he was expecting me to toss him a bag of soil :-)

gerard1948 from Santiago de Compostela, Spain

An original portrait, I love the framing dared. This is excellent.
Good day.

31 Aug 2012 6:04am

@gerard1948: Good day to you, too and thanks for visiting and leaving a kind comment!

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Génaile captage et vue plongeante sueprbe iamge.
amitié

31 Aug 2012 6:08am

@Nicou: Merci beaucoup, Nicou!

Rick from Toronto, Canada

Wow, this guy is kind of a lookalike for my youngest brother. (Tim in Kelowna) I took a picture of him standing in one of the Sooke river potholes, looking up just like this... cool similarity! Great shot of the hard-working genius and ally. I like the somewhat soft nuance of the image.

31 Aug 2012 6:38am

@Rick: Ha, I guess Tim in Kelowna has a Vancouver twin :-) Curious to see that photo now.... Thanks for the comment... I agree that the plant guy image needed a soft finish, unlike the grit of the irrigation guy :-)

tataray from france, France

Bel angle de prise... Joli portrait sympathique)

31 Aug 2012 6:47am

@tataray: Merci!

omid from mashhad, Iran

:) very nice!
Beautiful colors!!!!

31 Aug 2012 6:49am

@omid: Cheers!

yalda from Iran

Beautiful colors
An interesting moment

31 Aug 2012 6:58am

@yalda: Thank you!

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

super portrait

31 Aug 2012 7:05am

@Nigel: Thanks!

yiannis krikis from thessaloniki, Greece

I like the portrait and the pov

31 Aug 2012 7:51am

@yiannis krikis: Thanks a lot!

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Creative portrait from this very compelling angle!

31 Aug 2012 8:06am

@Stephen: Thank you!

Saeid from Amol, Iran

Nice angle . Feels free .
Well done

31 Aug 2012 8:29am

@Saeid: Thanks - interesting assessment :-)

shooter from United Kingdom

An eye-catching portrait, I love it

31 Aug 2012 8:40am

@shooter: Thanks!

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

oh ...Superb !! Great angle and great portrait

31 Aug 2012 8:48am

@Mhelene: Thanks a lot!

Céline from New York, United States

Cool angle!

31 Aug 2012 8:50am

@Céline: Thanks!

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

Does he mind being looked down on by his boss?! :-)

31 Aug 2012 8:51am

@CElliottUK: Well, I don't actually get to boss this guy around.... we are colleagues :-)

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Certainly an original angle for a portrait, yet it does put him firmly in his environment.

31 Aug 2012 9:50am

@Curly: Yeah, I guess it does - thanks!

Rafael from North Miami, United States

Nice and clear shot, good angle. Like it!

31 Aug 2012 10:08am

@Rafael: Cool, thanks!

Melocoton from Salamanca, Spain

a large angle, bravo

31 Aug 2012 11:37am

@Melocoton: Thank a lot!

maurizio jaya costantino from Trieste, Italy

Mooie your photos are serenedipity ( waiting for rocker glimpses!)

31 Aug 2012 3:13pm

@maurizio jaya costantino: Ha Thanks! More a bit later... we might have a regular paying gig soon :-)

RBL from Oxford, United States

Fantastic portrait with great skin tone and lighting ~ creative angle too!

31 Aug 2012 6:26pm

@RBL: Thanks a lot!

Ainsley from Derbyshire, United Kingdom

nice angle, he doesn't look a bit surprised.

31 Aug 2012 8:15pm

@Ainsley: Thanks! He is usually one step ahead of me, so nothing really surprises him :-)

Baldwin VW from Bejuma, Venezuela

Very interesting pov on this fabulous portrait !!! Great idea ...

31 Aug 2012 8:54pm

@Baldwin VW: Thanks - just a quick break from lowering bags of soil

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A cool portrait. I like his foot gear.

5 Sep 2012 4:18pm

@Steve Rice: Ha, yeah they are great socks! That balcony is newly installed italian limestone and sucks up dirt... no shoes allowed!