Buffalo In Red

© Michelle Campbell

Buffalo In Red

Uploaded: October 07, 2001

Description

Abstract of Buffalo with Red Filter. I really love this pic. You do have to look close to recognize the subject, but that is part of the appeal. Opinions?

Comments

Vasko October 11, 2001

I agree, very unique photo! I get the feeling that I am in a dark room (the red color) and that the photo is still in the developer (the unability to tell what it is at a first glance). I really like it!

rock on,
Vasko #1156

Michelle Campbell October 11, 2001

Thank you! I was actually confused when I first developed this. I had to refer back to my hastily written notes (I had actually been looking at it upside down!) and looked at it the right way and it all fell into place.
I think I'm going to enlarge this, frame and matt it in a dramatic fashion using a lot of black and hang it in my home. There is just something about it that I find alluring every time I look at it.
Thank you again.
Michelle #1752

Mary B. McGrath level-deluxe October 17, 2001

I must be blind, for I don't see the buffalo in this shot, although I do like the painterly quality and the red filter used in the shot.

Mary #1907

October 28, 2001

I'm sorry, I can't see the buffalo either. The only thing that it brought to mind is that this may be what what afterbirth looks like.
#2218

Vasko October 28, 2001

Man oh man, look for the buffalo's head. It is a head shot. Sorry Michelle for taking the liberty in giving out hints, I like this shot a lot and I realy want other people to enjoy it, as well.

Rock on,
Vasko #2221

Mary B. McGrath level-deluxe October 29, 2001

I still don't see the buffalo.Is this a macro shot of part of the buffalo's head?
Is the buffalo surrounded by foliage?
I feel really stupid, but I don't see any buffalo here,except, perhaps something that looks like a horn near the center of the shot...I'm very perplexed. #2223

Michelle Campbell October 29, 2001

I do not know how the red foot photo (interesting though!) got tagged along with my red of the buffalo, but here goes....The mature buffalo is on the left side of the picture with a partial hind quarter of a calf in the upper right corner. The mature buffalo's head is in the pic as it grazes. What tends to throw people off is that one blade of grass that is blowing in the wind that is pretty much in the middle of the mature buffalo's head. It takes some studying, but once you do see it you really see it. It is also almost the exact same picture I have of the same cow/calf pair in color here on the site as well. Perhaps viewing that one might help.
Cheers and happy hunting.
Michelle #2227

Jim Miotke My Courses October 29, 2001

I did not realize that we had such a Where's Waldo following.

I see it too. There seems to be a tag in the right ear and the left side of the face seems to be lost in highlights a bit. Maybe that will help. If not, try to blur your vision and gradually push your monitor further away - kidding :)

By the way, Mary's image is in the discussion because people who comment have the option of uploading a photo along with their comment. Mary saw the similarity between the two photos and wanted to share.

Enjoy! #2235


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