Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Which photo?

Which photo would be best for a landscape?

London Bridge?
An unidentified location on The Great Ocean Road?
Part of the Twelve Apostles? Posted by Picasa

25 comments:

the_quilter said...

My vote? London Bridge: good composition with a foreground, middle and a nice horizon line. Actually, all the photos are good, but this one feels right. /paula

Jules said...

I like the unidentified location. But I could see the part of the 12 apostles has some great perspective.

cher said...

I like the unidentifed one as well, though, they all are great photos!

Melzie said...

London Bridge has the oomph in my opinion. great pics! xoxo melzie

Patti said...

Don't have a clue - I've never done a landscape quilt. They are all beautiful pictures but I think I like the middle one the best.

Linda_J said...

No opinion here but do you feel more attachment to one spot than another for sentimental reasons? It was your honeymoon, after all.*VBS* You probably meant composition wise though.

martha in ny said...

Amy, I like the middle one also. You can get some good perspective looking throught the arch.lwvcbi

Libby said...

I vote for 12 apostles. There is a certain depth to the photo.

Hedgehog said...

I think I vote for number one. Number two is missing a horizon - otherwise, I like the green. The third is also cool, but it's so misty - that seems hard to capture. Good luck!

Passionate Quilter said...

hard decision to make I'm sure. I've not done a landscape either, so not sure which one would be the best to do--mine would look like my 5yo dgd did it! If you want a vote--I vote for the 12 apostles. but I love them all--great pictures!

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

Oooh, Amy - those 3 photos are so great together - I would run right out and get copies made and put them in one of those 3 photo frames! Not the answer you were looking for, I know - but... I have 100s of digital photos and have just started to get some printed off for special framing and I am happy about that - so much nicer than oohing and aahing over a computer screen!

Cheers!

Evelyn

computerpeach said...

I really like the first one - but I can see the third one being great too!

Fiona said...

I vote for London Bridge - just has the edge on the other two for me.

Deb R said...

I like them all, but if it were me doing it my preference in order would be the first one, then the third, then the middle one.

Andi said...

I like the unidentified because of the green trees, but you could add trees to the others too...after all, you are in charge of your quilt world!

You could also make a three panel wall hanging. I did that with 3 photo transfers from a family trip to the Grand Canyon.

Karen said...

Wow, Evelyn has a great idea to frame the trio together.

Sweet P said...

London Bridge gets my vote. It's very crisp and clear.

Susan said...

I like the 12 apostles one - lots of room for creativity. Any of them would work well, though. You could do a triptych. =)

Ruth said...

The London Bridge, I just like it most.

EileenKNY said...

I like the 12 Apostles. I think it's got good perspective.

Cynthia said...

I really don't know what to look for when you want to make a landscape quilt so i won't vote.
I must say that the photos are great. I haven't been down that way for a few years. Perhaps now the weather is getting better the family and i can go down there one weekend.

Quilty Nurse said...

My vote would be London Bridge, its a fantastic photo. Twelve Apostles would also be good. Its a very beautiful place. That coastline looks out to Antarctica so its often pretty rough. And windy. Great surf coast though, my brother lived down that way for a few years. Like Cynthia, seeing your pics makes me want to go there again :-)

Norma said...

I love them all--I don't know how you will pick just one. Be sure to show us lots of detail in how you put this together. I have no idea how to go about putting one of these together.

Laurie Ann said...

I like the top one because it has sky and beach as well as ocean in it.

McIrish Annie said...

london bridge definitely