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Welcome. This photo was taken on the Robert Louis Stevenson Trail GR70 in France. The donkey was borrowed from some other walkers for the picture which was taken on a TZ20 compact.
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  • Railway

    Train from Belfast to Londonderry having just come out of the tunnel in the background at Downhill near Castlerock on the north coast.
    • 1 Apr 2012 2:10PM
  • Battle

    Yes I shall give that a try but not sure that in real life we aways see the detail when it is getting dark. I found this mistake to be haunting and sinister, the waiting for an unseen enemy. Maybe raise the highlights a little as a moonlight effect.

    I think I stopped down to get a slightly deeper depth of field but forgot to increase the length of the exposure.

    Best wishes
    • 21 Mar 2012 10:43PM
  • carnival

    Not sure how this was done, possibly a fisheye looking up from the ground on low ISO and a long exposure. This, I think, would give the contrast of the trunks and slight movement towards the tops of the trees but not sure if this would result in the circular movement of the clouds. Possibly these were added later to fill an over exposure of the sky?
    Anyway, very nice result.
    • 16 Feb 2012 12:36PM
  • ~*~*~*~*

    You haven't told us what it is. Looks like a rope has been wrapped round a pole, a toddler with tricycle attached, front and rear lights switched on and allowed to cycle out keeping the rope taught. Slow exposure, several days later when the battery has run down he reaches the outer limits. Smile
    • 16 Feb 2012 12:20PM
  • Bird

    Quote:I would try an experiment and desaturate this image to b/w. I believe it would heighten the impact. As it is, good. But it might be great.Wink

    Tried the b/w but like the colour better. This is the natural colour. Will have to live with just, good. Thanks for comment.
    • 1 Feb 2012 6:58PM
  • Ants trail...

    Perfect depth of field, detail, colour and interest.
    Like looking at this photo. Great curves.
    • 22 Jan 2012 4:25PM
  • Bite me!

    Great detail and colour. I am assuming that this is a composite using three images of the same snake.
    Not a snake expert but I think the fangs are hinged towards the front of the upper jaw and lie back on either side of the mouth until the strike when the points come down and forward. It is possible that they are visible in the mouth facing the camera as what appears to be a set of gum lines.
    Itís a striking photograph.
    • 14 Jan 2012 3:31AM