Where Once Were Wolves...
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In the notes of my previous posts I often mentioned a mythic mountain named "Small Wolf Rock". But now You can finally have a look from the top of it... It's a special part of the conservated area, which means it's forbidden to visit it without the permission of the directory of Bükk National Park, but due to I know I don't pick the rare flowers and the eggs/youngs of falcons, I gave the permission to myself. :) Small Wolf Rock isn't really high, the top's only 364 meters above sea level, but the panoramic view's fantastic. Now we have a look to North-East on the photo.
PP: little exposure correction, sharpening and the usual framing, signing, re-sizing. Not too much. But if You have special red-green or red-blue glasses, You can see the image in 3D if You click the workshop.
Any comments are welcomed, I wish nice weekend to You all.
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- [2008-05-24 7:44]
Hello László! Good to see your work again! You've done a great composition on this shot, the exposure is very well done and the sharpness is good too, well done my friend!
Bellissimo paesaggio montano rigoglioso di vegetazione, bella la composizione, buona nitidezza e molto belli i colori e le tonalitŕ dei verdi. Grazie e complimenti. Ciao Maurizio
- [2008-05-26 4:09]
Hi Lazslo,very interesting place perfectly taken and excellent note,thanks for share this nice work,have a nice week,Luciano
- [2008-05-26 6:45]
What a beautiful sight from the top of the mountain. It looks a most interesting and beautiful place to have a good day looking for good shots. An excellent one by the way. I like a lot the framing and composition.
Thank you very much for sharing.
This is a fine image showing the wilderness of Hungarian mountains!
A well balanced composition with a good division of the frame, rich colours and fine details...
Good foreground interest creates a fine feeling of depth!
- [2008-05-27 9:55]
What a wonderful and undisturbed deciduous forest and a fine rock outcrop too! It's not how I imagine Hungary so I'm very pleased you posted this. I like your POV and the composition is very pleasing.
Thanks for sharing and best wishes, Ulla