|Copyright: Anders Mohlin (Anders)
|Date Taken: 2008-07-27|
|Camera: Nikon D200|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-08-08 4:06|
|Favorites: 1 [view]|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Late at night,|
On the slopes from Munsfjället can you find this beautiful little lake framed by virgin spruceforst and fireweed. this suppose to among the richest populations of Brown Bear in the world, though I didn't see any one this time.
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The fireweed in the foreground makes for such a nice composition. I really like this secluded scene. The tall trees on the right add the right amount of variety to this almost symmetrical image.
Evelynn : )
- [2008-08-08 9:33]
Wonderful capture of this isolated lake in the deep forest of the North. I love your composition showing the row of beautiful Milkweed near the front and the dark row of Spruces in the distance. A beautiful composition with great depth and in lovely colours.
Many thanks, Ulla
Magical mysterious place, pure beauty!
The evening sky reflect so nicely off the small lake, a well composed presentation that catches the mood so well...
great scene and colors, love the composition too, the flowers are a nice touch along with the lake, it's a good crisp image too
Its funny to read that you started with 'late at night' I just returned from Norway and was frustrated about the very late sunset and very early rise.
You used the late light very good and gave the photo a wonderful mood. I like the way you used the fireweed in the FG to add color to the photo. The lake is very beautiful and its position inbetween the trees makes it a great place to see.