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Kaybee's Tree

By Goggz
Standing outside Pitlochry hostel one evening with "my thumb in my bum and my mind in neutral" as a pilot I know would describe my absent-minded state at that moment, I was startled by the sudden appearance of Kaybee with his camera! Wow, I thought, Roy's outside the hostel! Was there a fire? I wondered. Wink

Then, with lots of muttering about "bluidy lens ain't long enuff" he raised his camera and took something similar to this shot, which of course I hadn't even noticed...

Well, seeing as he hadn't used a tripod there were no holes to give the game away, so I thought I'd have a go too, Smile

This is the result and, for the heck of it, I've also added the full frame and one cropped at 100%, for comparison of course, not to pi** Roy off about his lens...

Wink

CHeers, Goggz

Tags: Tree Epz meet Pitlochry Landscape and travel Flash and lighting Night and low light Belonga roy

Voters: RonnieAG, cyman1964uk, JPatrickM and 20 more


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Comments


17 Nov 2010 12:21AM
#1, then 3, then 2 would be my order (best to worst)

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Ganto 10 769 2 Ireland
17 Nov 2010 12:43AM
Very nice Goggz. Hope you've managed to get yer thumb back out of yer bum.

Grin
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
17 Nov 2010 1:35AM

Quote:#1, then 3, then 2 would be my order (best to worst)
Fair enuff bud.

Aye Ganto, hands washed and all... Wink
fraser 12 631 14 Scotland
17 Nov 2010 8:44AM
I love the graphic quality of these, V1 in particular.
Fraser
SGIBBONS 7 56 1 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2010 8:51AM
I had to read the first line of your photo description a couple of times then Goggz before it sunk in where you were going with it Smile. Anyway I love the drama of the sky and the little tree dwarfed against it. Looks like something out of a film. Excellent capture. Sam x
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
17 Nov 2010 11:44AM
Thanks Fraser!

Sam, I do talk drivel a lot of the time chook, but as far as the picture goes don't blame me, blame Kaybee. If it wasn't for him it would never have been taken Smile
Niknut Plus
6 1.2k 68 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2010 7:43PM
What a cracking, simple yet powerful image...I love it !....if using your thumb produces this sort of image, I now know where I'm going wrong !
17 Nov 2010 10:42PM
Wonderful stuff Pete, fabulous images.
Hope you're well.
Tony
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
18 Nov 2010 10:28PM
Jeez, it wasn't me who "took" these though, it was Roy. I just copied him. Still, if you like 'em that's half the battle. Thanks anyway.

I'm well Tony, apart from not being abroad, but that's a long story.
mlewis 11 1.5k United Kingdom
19 Nov 2010 5:11PM
You got a good one of that tree. Great dramatic sky.
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
19 Nov 2010 7:25PM
There's lovely look you . Really beautiful Goggz. Looks gorgeous blown up xxxx
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
19 Nov 2010 11:25PM
Thanks Meredith!

and Maeve, I thought bonfire night was long over... Wink
Thanks chook!

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