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Through the wood

By alansdottir  
Walking down a track past this little wood and saw a clear line straight through to the single tree at the other side. With the frost and the encroaching mist, it was just wonderful. Hope I've shown you some of that!

Thanks for looking - your feedback is always appreciated! Smile

Tech stuff: ISO 200; shutter 1/58 sec; aperture f/8; focal length 20 mm (tripod)
And I found another setting on my camera which seems to use some kind of software magic to increase the effective megapixel from the actual 6 to 12. It does seem sharper...

Tags: Peak district Frost Hoar Wood Eyam Landscape and travel Wonder Bretton Broad low

Voters: Dennis_Bromage, mrswoolybill, pigmad95 and 36 more

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mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.2k 2527 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2009 6:55PM
V1 for me. The strength of the composition depends on the dark contrast of the foreground trunks, and the sense of depth and distance created by the light beyond, and both seem to come across more effectively in colour.
Moira
pigmad95 14 2 England
10 Jan 2009 6:55PM
Brilliant shot, beautiful composition. I prefer V1, because of the contrast between the frost, and the brown bark of the tree. But both V1 and V2 are great.
Victoria
woolybill1 Plus
15 38 79 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2009 7:18PM
The colour is great, but I almost resent the way it distracts my eye from those wonderfully wispy branches!
Both excellent.
Bill
RAUL 13 Italy
10 Jan 2009 7:19PM
Great images.I prefer V1.
Raul
vandalp 14
10 Jan 2009 9:05PM
Love both.
Vanda
Borzos 13
10 Jan 2009 9:09PM
Awsome capture! I prefer V1, but it is great in mono, too.
Edina
astyag 14 12
10 Jan 2009 9:36PM
Frosty image, beautiful landscape
Astyag
NEWMANP 14 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2009 10:11PM
V1 for me, its subdued anyway and near monotone, Looks longer than a 20mm , whatever it is, its a nice viewpoint and theres that magic frost on the branches,
Phil
alansdottir 13 60 7 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2009 10:24PM
Phil - I've not done accurate math, but 20 mm focal length on my S7000 is about equivalent to 100 mm on a 35 mm camera... It's misleading, I agree... Smile
Rende 15 38 4 Netherlands
10 Jan 2009 10:59PM
Beautiful shot with a wonderful sense of depth. I prefer the subtle tones and colours of V1.
Rende
morpheus1955 15 3 2 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2009 11:39PM
Beautifully simple image at first glance, but the more you look at it the more complex it becomes, definately V1 for me. Nice one Carol Smile

Hugh x
GrahamNobles 14 9 4 England
11 Jan 2009 5:30AM
Your patience has been wonderfully rewarded with this result. So many different colours and textures in the varied tree barks, depth courtesy of the thin mist, uprights and blocked vistas, and that solitary pine, perfectly framed in the centre. Of course V1.
Graham
danbrann 17 640 17
11 Jan 2009 2:18PM
It almost looks like something from another planet. This has been so well planned and is a lot more than a snapshot. They both look like mono verssions but the thing that makes it for me is that single tree in the back centre.. That just stops us going out of the image at the far side. It keeps our attention in and lets us explore the remainder.
martinl 18 272 2 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 7:34PM
Sort of shot I have been looking for as well this Carol, so good on you for getting it.
Smile
doryram 13 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 7:46PM
Wondeful images, can't choose between them, Rod
fraser 18 631 14 Scotland
11 Jan 2009 7:49PM
Smashing! The contrast between the dark trunks and the frost above and below is excellent. Well seen.
JohnH37 15 1 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2009 8:13PM
Like the delicate frost on the branches and the slight glimpse of the clearing/scenery beyond the trees.Makes me curious as to what's on the other side.Has a magical mysterious feel to this.Like both versions...version 1 feels more magical in a friendly way,V2 just feels slightly more atmospheric/mysterious more unusual in feel.
-John
Buffalo_Tom Plus
15 2.3k 29 Wales
11 Jan 2009 8:53PM
Two lovely winter images Carol.
Tom.
11 Jan 2009 9:34PM
The colour one seems a little richer.

Michael
martin.w Plus
20 616 29 United Kingdom
17 Jan 2009 6:47PM
For me V1 is easliy te best. Beautifully composed to lead the eye to the distant tree Smile
alifink 15 6 United Kingdom
18 Jan 2009 12:24PM
Generally prefer mono but the colour in this is stronger.
Alan
User_Removed 15 2.1k 7 England
22 Jan 2009 6:57PM
Nearly missed these, glad I didn't. I like both but you know which one I like best. I like the shapes of the trunks and the one complete tree at the back.
trees glorious trees, nice shot, very cool
Paul_T Plus
13 6 1 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2009 9:20PM
Great winter scene Carol but v1 for me as the colour gives more sense of a cold feeling

Paul

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