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Lone tree Winter

By ensign  
I have been taking these tree's over a year or so.
detail 1/100 at f11 ISO 125

Tags: General Flowers and plants

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rickie 12 98 1 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2010 6:59PM
nice shot, both on the same wavelength i think

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HectorRivera 9 17 1 United States
9 Jan 2010 7:46PM
Very nice
NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2010 9:39PM
hello.
yes its a nice tree and i like the sky, not underexposed or polarised but just a lovely pale blue against the snow, the lines in the field make a repeating zigzag sort of pattern punctuated by the tree on the third,- all works well

if we have a little problem, its point of focus, the sky looks sharp but im not sure the field and tree are sharp enough, maybe thats an upload thing but im not sure because at 1/100sec i think you are a bit slow for a 70-200. id up the iso a little say 250 and you wouldnt notice a drop in quality but you would gain a bit more on the shutterspeed. may be its just the sharpening method used.

i really like the pale tones and composition
Phil
paulbroad 9 117 1075 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2010 3:36PM
I'm sorry - the lack of any character in the lighting causes this to fall rather flat for me. An superby executed exercise on the rule of thirds and precisly correct expose, but no soul.

Paul
ensign 9 207 1 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2010 6:15PM
Thanks to all who have taken the time to view and coment so far. All views are always welcome.
Bernard
oll1e Plus
9 57 2 United Kingdom
3 May 2010 2:39PM
have to agree with phil ,but also try to get a shot with the light hitting the tree and creating a long shadow.Or just good light catching the branches.They can make so much difference to an image.Smile
tmann 11 4 2 United States
11 Jun 2010 1:22PM
Hey, I have a similar capture
did you take this in Michigan? (just kidding!)
Excellent capture!!!!!!!!!!!
Gid 6 2
7 Jul 2010 10:56PM
stunning shot
gill

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