Late Victim of Juan; seen at sunrise...
I like this one,the early time of day tends to put the darkest part of a picture up front,just waiting for sun to get to it.Your note is a revelation,I didn't know that so very many trees died as a result of Juan.Those burls are something that add interest to this picture,if they are a good size and are not split or cracked they can be valuable as well as the most interesting of veneer woods.Great note,I learned something today,thank you. Bob
Well old chap I like this capture and note combination, well done. Is that dot a gull in the water for me or is it just my imagination.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2007-02-11 4:09]
Interesting photo with some pretty colors in the sky. The exposure of the sky, water and snow is good, but I find the FG too dark. I am sure that there is much more details hidden in the darkness. I also find the trees blocking too much of the view. A small pan to the right would be better. The photo also feels a little tilted to the left.
- anahory (1377)
- [2007-02-11 4:32]
I really love the composition of this landscape and the contrast between the trees in silhouette and the sunlight on the frozen rocks...light is perfect in this photograph taken at sunrise and I must also credit your interesting notes
- pablominto (14563)
- [2007-02-11 7:09]
A beautiful morning scenario!
The backlight creates a special mood, contrasting vegetation well...
Lovely reflection of light from the lake, making the surface look like silky soft!
I'd have done a workshop for you, but you've disabled that feature.
This is a fascinating image (just a little too dark to see the details of the shadowed tree). Amazing for those of us "from away" to see what kind of damage was done that far up the coast.
What impresses me here is the contrast between the damage and the placid waters that now mirror the calm sky!
- anniejo (0)
- [2007-02-12 23:14]
Good "photographer notes"; I appreciated the information on Hurricane Juan's damage to your province...
I also enjoyed this photo which has a bit of a different "perspective" in relation to the water and the island which tends to hide your
horizon. I see the high spot on the island which gives the illusion of the photo being somewhat tilted, but doubt that is the case.
Nice shadows, and the very dark outline of the downed tree, which stands out in sharp
contrast to the water, gives your photo an
You have done another "Phine Photo"
Love the capture of the "slight odour" of the "reddish or
pinkish" tint of the sun in the sky and its reflection on
The rocks in the center look magnificient.
Love your notes. OUTSTANDING.!!!
Best regards, Mario.