Tribute to: Ernst Haas

Challenge #32 in the Telling the Story series. Hosted by CharlesB58.
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"I don't belive in photography for photography," Hass said. "I believe that a photographer has to be linked to all the other arts." Ernst Haas was famous for his feel for color. While he photographed in a straight documentary style, his vision led to producing wonderful semi-abstracts in which color itself was the subject. He took seamingly mundane subjects and presented them with a painterly, poetic quality simply by how he captured light and color. Show us your best photos which evoke the style of Ernst Haas
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The pond : Modern Architecture
Yellow
Blue on Wrinkles
November rain, Istanbul
2 Horse Power
Banksia Blossom
Osteospermum
When color and simplicity align
The Green Express
Leading colors
Deep Shadows
GRASS
Soft Walk
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Kyoto
Black Wave
by Ernst Haas
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