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The Coppice II

By Stewy  
Taken from a slightly different position and a lower viewpoint than "The Coppice".

You get more of the golden light on the trees and it hightlights the undulations in the snow more, but I am not sure the lead works as well coming in from the side more.

Any comments on this point appreciated.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Flowers and plants Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: TelStar, DiegoDesigns, mattw and 11 more

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DiegoDesigns 10 117 6 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2010 11:16AM
I like the line and the tone of this one...


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mattw 12 5.2k 10 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2010 11:18AM
You are going to hate me for saying this, but I think something in the middle between version 1 and 2 would be about perfect.

This versions shows off the texture in the snow and the undulations of the ground very well, but the viewpoint looks very low indeed - and as you say, the tracks providing the 'lead in lines' is now a smaller part of the composition.

Nice exposure though, and the sky is interesting.
LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2010 11:19AM
Actually, I love this POV which goes to show that we are all different.
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
7 Jan 2010 11:23AM
A beautiful combination between white snow, trees. and blue air thanks for sharing .
Stewy Plus
9 102 2 England
7 Jan 2010 11:30AM
Thanks Dave, Lynne & Saeid, and Matt too.

You've kind of confirmed my feelings Matt, and yes, cold and wet knees were a result of this shot!

dianah 10 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2010 4:14PM
What a superb photo..the tonal quality of the snow is spot on.
snaphotos 7 1 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2010 5:58PM
I like the low viewpoint and the curved tracks leading you in. I think the spearhead of clouds top right also do a great job of pulling you in.
Wonderful winter shot. Lynda

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