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By kengreen
Oops. I noticed that I unfortunately uploaded the wrong image last time. This is the right one. The previous one didn't do well with the resizing and I did something wrong while sharpening it. Thanks for the comments on it.
Saw this on a bike ride near home. I liked the lighting in it.
1/8s @ f10

Tags: Nature General Abstract Lighting Flash and lighting

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jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
21 Aug 2006 1:23PM
Slightly better light here, looking good

Peter

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sallen75 10 3 United States
21 Aug 2006 7:55PM
Very interesting abstract.

Scott
Ken_fuji 10 26 1 Scotland
22 Aug 2006 3:21PM
Fortunately, I keep copies of all my comments Ken; therefore, I feel my previous comment still has relevance.

Though subtle, the technical changes are noticeable – especially in the larger version where the sunlight on the dead branches does make a huge difference to the overall feel of this superb shot. The smooth texture of the wood also makes a much stronger impact than before. This revised version certainly displays far more detail.

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Throughout your tremendous portfolio, I have seen a multitude of surreal and staggeringly inventive images, but this one certainly must be placed near the top. Even as a “thumbnail” image, this looked extraordinary and I had to comment immediately on this amazing shot.

It is difficult to find the words to describe this object – such is the unworldly atmosphere it conveys. This is definitely an “abstract image”, because it is so indefinable and even the perspective keeps shifting – making the image appear “different” with each viewing.

From one of those “perspectives”, it looks very much like a sc-fi spacecraft flying over a cloud base. I presume it is actually branches from a tree in the water – yet, the water looks so much like clouds.

Your eye for capturing images with so much originality and “vision” is an astounding accomplishment. This is one of the strangest shots I have ever seen, and certainly the most outstanding.

Brilliant photography and a sublime shot.

KJ

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