|Copyright: Leo Garcia (leo) (25)|
|Date Taken: 1991|
|Categories: Rain Forest|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2004-08-06 6:54|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Two types of light of the same place. These pictures were taken from a dug out boat in the Rio Negro, one of the Amazon's most important tributaries. The cold early morning light enhanced the sunrice and the profile of the rock and jungle. Later, on the same day, the same rock was photographed around 17:00, when the warm light brought out the jungle's colours to a max. |
The time in between was used by members of the expedition to become intimate with the jungle and its inhabitants. A joy that most nature photographers share. I hope that this practice will encourage you to work on the same subject under different conditions, its fun and a great challange..
Leo Garcia / Venezuela
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- [2004-08-06 12:54]
Great landscape shot, I would like to see them full screen!
Light and reflexions are specially interesting.
- [2004-08-06 14:39]
Leo, these look very nice but we can't see them properly! Please post one at a time.
- [2004-08-06 15:54]
Bellas imagenes pero muy pequeñas.
Deberias publicarlas individualmente en un tamaño adecuado.
Beautiful images but very small.
You would have to publish them in a suitable size individually.
Two very good captures with good colours, light and reflections. I agree with Ricardo that each would - given the quality is there - do well on its own in a larger format.
These photos are brilliant. You would do good by following the advice and posting them seperate. They look lovely. Lots of talent here. Thanx for showing how different the same area can look.