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who can say that it has died?


who can say that it has died?
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Copyright: Bayram Gocmen (boreocypriensis) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6774 W: 207 N: 2989] (9571)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2010-09-02
Categories: Mountain
Camera: Nikon D-5000, Sigma 50-500mm f/4-6.3 EX DG APO HSM, @ ISO 400
Exposure: f/10.0, 1/1000 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Theme(s): Landscapes from the Middle East [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2010-09-12 0:29
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Favorites: 2 [view]
Points: 60
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i saw this is lonely dried juniper (may be Temple one) tree at the edge of Sarıkaya precipice while searching wild goats, near the Oluklu plateau (approx. 2000 m asl., Finike, Antalya) during our last excursion to the region. I think it died after being without water since it grown on an inappropriate place, between rocks and I suspect that it will fall over during our windy coming months. It can be thought that I used a polarize filter to create such bold blue sky but I have to admit that I did not use. I captured this scene at focal length of 50 mm of my telephoto lens. Please see also the attached WS taken from another POV.

I am not a mortologist to talking about the death but scientifically the death is not the end, it's just a pit-stop at which you have to change your tires, add some more fuel or may-be completely change the chassis :)

This scene reminds me so much of course! But dead or alive, it is still beautiful as a part of nature!

TFL and Have a nice Sunday!
Cheers,

©Bayram GÖÇMEN, All Rights Reserved.

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How sad!
I agree, death has to be a pit-stop, as you say, but then what??
A lovely shot, which also doubles as a landscape shot with the beautiful sky as the BG!
Very well done, my dear Big Bro!
Hugs!
Goldy

Hi little bro,

a nice landscaping image from this tre death or not death.
Good pov and fine colours.


Gert

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  • lousat Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6595 W: 89 N: 15659] (65489)
  • [2010-09-12 0:40]

Hi Bayram,in effect not seem the best place to live,inside the rocks and under a hard sun....maybe was the waterless the solution....the pic is fantastic,this low point of view and these colors are impressives.Thanks for share,have a nice Sunday,LUCIANO

Wow Bayram! I like this old fellow! Great sculptural silhouette, great detail, great composition and very appealing presence. The type of photograph you easily can blend to any interior wall! Have you watch the new movie "The Road"? Seems taken strait from the movie frame!Great, great image in my opinion! Bravo!
Regards,
George Veltchev

Şol dünyadan gelip geçenler,
Ne söylerler, ne bir haber verirler.
Üzerinde türlü otlar bitenler,
Ne söylerler, ne bir haber verirler. (Yunus Emre).
Bu ardıç olduğunu düşündüğüm kurumuş ağaçla bize ölümü hatırlattınız. Ölüm düşüncesi bütün dünyalık çabalarımızın tadını kaçırıyor.
Elinize, emeğinize sağlık.
Ömer.

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  • PeterZ Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5137 W: 166 N: 13121] (49139)
  • [2010-09-12 1:11]

Hello Bayram,
Fantastic photo in very beautiful colours. The deep blue colours in the BG are amazing. Great sharpness, POV and composition. The photo in the WS is also a beauty.
Regards,
Peter

Vovvv...doğada böyle güzellikleri herkes göremez. Ancak sizin gibi doğa ile bütünleşmiş halde yaşayan herşeye o gözle bakan insanlar görebilir Bayram hocam. Ölümün bir son değil, yeni bir başlangıç olduğu kesin. Bence şaseden fazlası da değişiyor hatta:)Koyu mavi gökyüzünde yükselen bir dev olarak bakıyorum bu serviye ben. Yanındaki yeşil çalılık bence yeni bir başlangıç için ondan birşeyler almaya başlamış bile. Muhteeşem bir gözlem ve sunum olmuş hocam.
Emeklerinize ve gören gözlerinize sağlık.
Saygılar,

Nazım

The workshop shows clearly this tree had chosen a wrong spot to grow, Prof Bayram. No wonder it has dried up.
Still, I have as much empathy for trees as I have for human beings. This tree too must have seen its heyday and I think back of it with a tinge of sadness.
The blue sky is very blue in this picture against which the dry tree stands like a sculptured work of art.
Thanks and regards.
Ram

Dayi super!! olumden beile boyle guzel foto ancak sen cikarirdin.
Bakis acin cok etkileyici. Agacda tam agaci yani:)
Ellerine saglik. Selamlar.
Mel

Hocam ölümün bir son olmadığını yeni bir başlangıç olduğunu bilsek de, şase değişince o şey yine ayni şey olmuyor:) Tek umut yeni yaşamlarda ruh bulmak. Dediğiniz gibi ölü yada diri yine de doğanın bir parçası olarak yine muhteşem.
Emeğinize sağlık. Ben de Hayır'ımı yaptım:) Allah kabul eylesin:)
Saygılarımla,

Deniz

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  • Argus Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5038 W: 260 N: 15594] (50626)
  • [2010-09-12 3:50]

Merhaba Bayram dostum,
A fine capture of a dead juniper tree, its gnarled trunk suggesting that it had reached a great age.
This must still be full of life: insect larvae eating the dead wood, fungi in the damp parts and much life not visible to the naked eye. It is part of a wonderful cycle of life that we hope will continue on this planet for a long time to come!
The technical quality of both this and the WS image is up to your usual high standard with a nice composition against a clear sky.
Another excellent post from you MF and thanks for sharing both these fine images.
Have a great week,
Ivan

Ciao BBB. This is a superb POV. Impressive DOf and stunning details. Perfect sharp too against the blue SKY

Roberto

Bayram hocam değişik ve güzel bir foto sizden.
Resmen abide gibi durmuş. Mavi gökyüzü ona ululuk katmış.
Emeğinize sağlık hocam. Saygılar,
Özgür

Hola Bayram

Vaya, un arbol con formas raras, la naturaleza es sabia y hace cosas increibles, perfecta composición y nitidez.

Un saludo de Antonio

Canim kardesim.. buagac neler gormus neler gecirmistir. Kurumus olsa da yazdigin gibi halen oldugunu soylemek zor.. simdi kim bilir karincalar, kurtlar, fare vesire on bagli yasam suruyordur. Hala hayatin bir parcasi.. ellerine saglik. Mukemmel bir foro olmus..hepimizden selamlar..
Leyla.

I agree totally with your philosophical notion of the trees death. Having lived in the wilderness woods for so long, I have seen my share of tree which appear dead...yet got the feeling that there was still life in them in one form or another. Perhaps I could see auras and was not aware....Good thoughts for pondering...and fine low angle!
Bob

Ciao Bayram, fantastic statue by nature, woonderful shoo with excellent clarity, great contrast against beautiful blue sky, very well done my friend, ciao Silvio

Selam my dear friend,
A lovely capture of and of-course a different taste from you. Excellent composition good details and a very good exposure in strong light condition. Thanks a lot for sharing.

Hocam ölü ağaçtan sanat eseri çıkarmışsınız resmen.
Çekerken yanınızda olduğumdan hangi zorlukla bu açıyı da aldığınızı biliyorum. Bence fazlasıyla değmiş.
Emeklerinize sağlık.
Bahadır

Hello Bayram,
Very nice capture. Wonderful natural colours. Excellent contrast with perfect
blue sky. Amazing sharpness and focus.
Congratulation!
Marius.

very nice capture, I know such dead junipers in Israel, they occur usually at alpine belts above tree line. TFS Ori

Merhaba Bayram,
What a great blue sky! This juniper has a very nice shape. Beautiful capture, very sharp. Even this tree is dead, the life will continue with the insects and larvae inside, with the birds (incl. woodpeckers) who will eat them, with the mosses and fungi who will grow on it... It is an important part of the ecosystem. Have a nice week dear,
Cathy

Merhaba Bayram hocam,

Ölümü hatırlatan bu anlamlı çekiminizin verdiği birçok mesaj var. Öldükten sonra da uzun süre kalıcı olabilmek bunlardan biri. Tıpkı bu ardıç ağacında olduğu gibi.
Ölüm gelmeden hayatın anlam ve güzelliklerini keşfetmek.
Öldükten sonrada iyilik ve güzellikle anılabilmek.
Ölümü hatırlatan bu çekiminde çok canlı olan bir şey de var:)
Gökyüzü arka planında yer alan mavi renk! çok canlı ve göze hoş geliyor.
Elinize ve emeklerinize sağlık.

Selam ve saygılarımla,
Mehmet

Bayram hocam notuyla muhteşem bir manzara ve felsefik sunum.
Emeklerinize sağlık.
Saygılarımla,

Naşit

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  • eng55 Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1256 W: 42 N: 1976] (5892)
  • [2010-09-17 13:25]
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Dostum,her telden,hem de hepsinden güzel çalıyorsun:)Düşünüyorum bu kare daha iyi nasıl çekilebilir diye,en ufak bir nokta bulamıyorum.
Tebrikler,ellerine sağlık..

Hi MF Bayram.
Beautiful philosophical post from you in TN. The spotless blue sky without CPL is stunning and the twisted and leafless dead tree is still beautiful in the frame.
Nice artistic image and thanks for sharing.
Kind regards,
Jusni

Hi Bayram,
very interesting shot! This loner and its blue background. Beautiful. Also amazing sharpness and composition,
Maciek

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  • foozi Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 2791 W: 0 N: 6696] (25839)
  • [2010-12-31 1:35]

Merhaba MF Prof. Bayram,
very exciting shot at a dramatic angle. The blue sky is indeed very wonderful, and the textured tree is stunning.
you have presented an excellent piece of nature work.
Exciting indeed.

Regards,
Foozi

wonderful subject and photo performance Bayram!
TFS Nasos

Güzel foto hocam

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