Pietro Brosio Gallery: Perspectives 1
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Pietro Brosio Gallery

"The Universal Peace", 1976, oil on canvas 100x70cm.

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August 11, 2008

Perspectives 1

Comments: 19

Wow. That is the kind of place that seems to give off a magnetic force, transforming your readers to ask the existential question, "Why can't I go there and just be there for the rest of my life?".

Have a great week ahead Pietro.

Hi Pietro! Lovely shot. I always enjoy seeing a field of flowers.

Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Have a good week.


The ambience seems to ne miraculous. So warm and so peaceful )))

everythings blooming there! nice!

That's an interesting structure. I love the field before it, too! And the lovely light...

Pietro, I love the perspective on the photo. Looking up above this beautiful field of flowers and contrasting blue frame! Wonderful picture! You are very creative!

Very nice persepctive. The flowers in the foreground seem to pull it all together!

Hello pietro!
It's a nice picture.
Did you take this picture at a park?
the yellow flowers are dandelion?
There are some flower pots at the balcony at my house.
one day I realized dandelion bloomed there and it blooms every spring!

Very nice perspective! I especially love the field of yellow flowers. ;-)


A host of golden ... what are those anyway?
Beautiful scene... in a haunted kind of way. There's something unsettling about it, though I can't quite figure out what. But it isprovocative.

Looking forward to what you write about Lourdes!

It is interesting the perspective on this photo. I too like the green grass decorated with the yellow and white flowers of dandelion and daisies.

Interesting structure. Wonder what it is?

A quoi sert cette structure ?

Le champ de fleurs est bien agréable !

merci pour votre visite sur mon blog !

Thanks for the comments I love to visit your blog cos I like photos and it's great photos you have here.

Your photographs are great. I am curious as to the purpose of the blue structure. I especially liked "That Village Over There".

Art and Poetry
You have a nice blog, I am looking For links, would you like a link?

Gerald (Ackworth born)
Is that a mixture of dandelions and daisies?

Louis la Vache
Pietro, "Louis" thanks you for your visit and your kind comments at San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

This is a very fine composition you've posted here. There's an interesting contrast between the geometrical structure and the field of flowers.