Snag landscape #3
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|Here's another snag, or piece of one which was lying atop of some bare granite. My much beloved Coquihalla Mtn stands prominent in the background.|
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- [2007-07-03 20:15]
your photo depicts a harsh looking landscape that has a beauty of it's own.I like the gnarled look of the deadfall and I can imagine that this tree will still be where it is even 100 years from now as the area looks dry even with that snow.I sure wish I could get up to a high place like you do but my knees are just about crippled and are not up to climbs like a(BillyGoat),your user name is spot on and so is this photo,with great colour,focus and above all Pov. Tfs. Bob
bobair....I was like you as well but am slowly recovering...and Tim I like this texture much. A good way to present an area so close to where I lived and yet so different. I am assuming this is all granite and volcanic mountains and such...and yet the wood is untouched... is that because it is so remote and not too many people...
well critique-wise...it doesn't need any of my help for sure..It is a stand up work as yours usually is...
Great alpine landscape. Great composition, using the weathered log this way. Beautiful clarity and colour. Very lovely, well done.
Paysage extraordinaire par ses allures froides et presque extra-terrestre.
I think you carried these snags around with you to model. ha ha
Wonderful shot AGAIN!