from left to right, and one sticks out....why?

12 comments :

gentse koppen said...

love the graphism

Leo said...

There is always one that sticks out. You, for example. :)

PhotoGeek said...

Great shot. How in the world do you make photographs of books so interesting? Is the weather bad where you are, or maybe you're not feeling well?

faisal said...

cool!

Ilse said...

Really wonderful shot. I agree with photo geek, getting a good shot of books can be quite difficult. But, really, they are so interesting when on contemplates a stack in the right sunlight. You've captured something of the elusive moment here.

FS said...

and... if it called your attention, if it attracts your eye...
Go ahead!
It is asking you:
"read me" :-)
Allways a good theme, FS!
between us... what book is this? :-))

Paula said...

Mine look quite similar, except for the titles. ;) I like the worn look on some of them. Nice.

FS said...

if it calls your attention...
if it atractts your eyes...
it is asking you:
"Read me, pls!" :-))
Go ahead, FS
and tell me something about.
what kind of book is this?:-))
Allways a nice theme.
FAV!!!

Frank de Jol said...

In most, these are albums of exhibitions and the work of graduate students at the Academy of Fine Arts (most are not described on the back)
Where do you see the words "I CZAS.." - the full title is "Art and time. From Classicism to the Present"
And the two geographic atlases.
Here's the magic of this picture ;-)

betharr said...

Art - great subject! I have many.
Atlas - orientation to the dreamer & adventurous people how like to travel imaginative journey :-)
Thx for answer. Very kind, FS!

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

I like the geometric aspect and the contrasts of colors and light. Nice layout, and I especially like the jackets with no titles on them, giving us a bit of mysteriousness.

LightningPaul said...

I have no idea. Probably you wanted to grab the art book but you missed :-)