Anne a fine deciduous tree which is called simply Larch in the eastern US and Tamarack in the Western also Western Large. Their needles turn a golden color then drop...to be reborn in spring as I am sure you know well....
In the west we use them for firewood because they burn very hot. One 80 footer will last a half winter filled in with firs and pines,
A Superior image. I am so happy to see our version of this marvelous tree. Congratulations on a gorgeous image which needs not much from me and that's both my comment and crit.
Wonderful well defined yellows, a color which eludes many. I think Silvio does a nice yellow...of course you seem to have that flash down very well. Good job my Buckeye Bud!
Nice Brenda. I have yet any luck in getting either close in or with a good lens. I am wishing I had my camera with me when I lived on Aeneas Creek. I had a film camera and some pcs from Empire Creek..but that's it. I have been planing on going back up every year but not gone yet...GREAT shot my friend.
Dang ragazzo! L'hai fatto perfettamente con gli alberi in colori autunnali a fuoco dietro! Insegnare le nuove gente come prendere le immagini sono di Luciano?
You know what's hard to do? Get just the right contrast with all those mountains, to distinguish one from another, but you did it well. You really know your mountain bud! Of course having a primo camera helps!
You do so well when your in this area....and then you give tours and such...you are the expert Steve! Great shot...wonderful framing..
This is around where I came in Ram. You and dragonflies..I have always loved them as you do. This is of course as you, the teacher knows, is a classic example of a teaching tool in visual. One day you shall have to host a small symposium of TN photographers of India. Some could benefit by your knowledge. Great shot friend....
Bob in the US of A
Just wonderful use of light Anne....I am most certain I have credited you with that before and the way in which you use it to tone down a picture witch otherwise would be too contrasting. In your way you make it smooooth. Excellent!
This place TN might one day eons from now be torn down but your images and memories will always remain as among the best. As I have suggested in the past, your work is always, every day worthwhile to see and many times to read as it pertains to your homeland...home of Francis!
Nice duo and contrasting so as to make it more interesting. It is better than when they almost blend together and you have to add a divider. I like it as a presentation and as a learning tool!