Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Monochrome Monday on Wednesday




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Japanese Peace Crane
theteach

13 comments:

Dianne said...

oh wow Mary! this is so beautiful
the subject, the feeling and the composition

Mary said...

Well, I love this! My daughter wanted 1000 paper cranes for her wedding and I folded most of them. I used to be able to do them in my sleep practically! I still have bags of them around the house. I put a few on my Christmas tree every year :-)

That is the chicken said...

Hi Mary!
Nice picture with lots of atmosphere! I should learn how to fold these paper cranes! Lots of my students can make them very quickly!
Thanks for stopping in at my blog earlier!You asked about the picture in the header (Calgary Daily Photo)... the full picture is here:
http://clearlyflew.blogspot.com/2009/03/spring-evening-downtown.html
I also put some info about the building in response to your comment.

ROSIDAH said...

Beautiful crane in monochrome and a great symbol, too! Have a great week, Mary.

Hey Harriet said...

A sweet crane and a beautiful photo of it. I have a bit of an obsession with paper peace cranes. I'm always folding them!

magiceye said...

brilliant capture!

Kelvin S. Mangundayao said...

Hi!!! it's origami right? um, actually i do really love paper foldings... i do cranes too but it wasn't perfect as that... have a good day... and thanks for sharing!!!:)

Akelamalu said...

Did you make that Mary? It's beautiful!

Bond said...

it takes talent to make those

Jamie said...

It is a beautiful photograph, and I love the symbolism of the cranes.

Carver said...

That's a beautiful origami crane and very stylish in monochrome.

Daryl said...

Nice .. I was looking at it thinking, umm, is that a canoe .. or wait .. what is it ... I am never going to learn not to skim, am I

monochromemania said...

Just flew in...