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29 Dec 2004 12:41PM
Love the winter lighting on this. Very nice shot!

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Hoffy Plus
12 262 16 England
29 Dec 2004 12:42PM
Nice lighting and colours, but why have you stuck the tree in the centre.

Eagle 11 Norway
29 Dec 2004 1:25PM
I don't know why I put the tree that much in the centre. I think it had to do with the angle I chose to shoot from, where I wanted to position the lichen clad rock in front etc. So even if the sunlit tree is in the centre there are other features like the tree behind it and this rock that make the total composition come close to the rule of thirds. I think it must be the total evaluation I did there and then than made the picture turn out like it did.
Thanks for your comments.
webjam 12 292 11 Netherlands
29 Dec 2004 1:51PM
Don't forget that the rule of thirds is one way of composing a picture, putting something in the middle is another composition. Personally I think it really works here. That is because the light hits the tree in a magical way and the rocks get these last rays as well.
The rocks form a triangle with the tree, and that triangle is very nice framed.
I love the light and warmth in this image!
ericfaragh 13 132 3 United Kingdom
29 Dec 2004 2:26PM
Lovely light, well done.
User_Removed 12 17.9k 8 Norway
30 Dec 2004 2:01AM
Rule of Thirds - In the Centre - whatever... Rules are for breaking in any case Egil - certainly in photography! Grin

This certainly works. I love the lighting...

andytvcams 14 10.4k United Kingdom
30 Dec 2004 9:34AM
Works for me,well presented.

StevenPrice 12 30 2 England
30 Dec 2004 1:46PM
Nice work works for me ok.

Scott_Scot 11 4 4 Scotland
13 Jan 2005 1:45PM
So few clicks for such a grand photo.
I would love this in my portfolio. What better compliment can I give.


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