Tennis Bubble in Winter


Hey Mauro, remember that tennis court tent we passed on our walk along King St. near the end of the day? Here’s a photo of it. Obviously I doctored it up a bit. Some might not like the effect, but I wanted something very grainy and rough looking. I also tweaked the colour to get something a bit different. Hope you like it. I’m very pleased, myself.

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10 Responses to Tennis Bubble in Winter

  1. Mauro Metallo says:

    5 stars, Dave!!!
    I like this photograph, it is almost an abstract and very well presented.
    Well done!

  2. that is the portal to enter the Void

  3. milkayphoto says:

    Excellent composition! Who knew marshamallows had doors? The only thing that could improve on it is an Asian woman opening that teeny door and yelling at you “No, pictures!” 😀

  4. lynnwiles says:

    You have been photographing portals into voids a lot lately – hmmm, some deep inner meaning?

    • davecandoit says:

      My life often feels like a portal into a void. 🙂 Well, maybe more a porta-potty into a void, it depends on what day it is. Some days I’m the hammer, some days the nail. 🙂

  5. zem says:

    Well done. I like the simplicity of it. And, i agree with the “portal” comment by someone else here – like a door to a giant spaceship…or balloon. Pop!

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