- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-12-19 4:12]
I love your ferns! In our forest ferns are small and I'm always impressed of your photos.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-12-19 4:16]
Very nice capture.I liked limited DOF you managed a lot.Framing,POV,lighting,details and your note are perfect as always.TFS...:-)
- fiyo (15161)
- [2005-12-19 6:04]
Very nice capture Janice,
Lovely detail and colours,nice composition.
Nice work,very well done.
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2005-12-19 7:12]
The fern education continues. It amazes me how many varities there are. The limited DOF works well to force the eyes to look at the fern. Some very lush looking plant life in this scene.
- liquidsunshine (5437)
- [2005-12-19 12:50]
I like it Janice,
Good detail and colours. Great POV and sharpness.
Nicely composed and good exposure.
Thanks for posting. Have a good week.
Have a very merry Christmas and Happy new year.
- mjdundee (1207)
- [2005-12-19 16:04]
I like the wild aspects of New Zealand.
You did a great job and I never recognized a fern like this before. TFS. Thomas
This kind of fern [or similiar one] is also well known from Polish forests. I like POV with main subject on FG and dense jungle on BG. Nice details and very interesting note!
I like the DOF here very much Janice. I think if the whole was clear and sharp the fern wouldn't stand out as much. Very nicely framed and composed, well done.
- klemmg (1719)
- [2005-12-21 1:39]
Nice habitat picture, I like the structure of the fern shown and the nice contrast in different green tones. Suggest to move closer to the fern to make it a bit more dramatic. Also like the clearly differentiated shades of green and the red bush in the BG strategically placed, which avoids it being a indistinguishable greenery-on-greenery type shot, in addition to the use of DOF.
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-12-21 8:46]
Very good shot of this Bracken fern with good detail Janice. I think in this case the extra DOF works to show the other native flora well & does not detract. Well done & Merry Christmas!