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Lonely tea/tree

By vivekcet
What caught my attention was this single tree meant to provide shade for the tea plants around it. I couldnt help but to grab my camera. Hope you liked it!

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: User_Removed, kevinprb, Mikejs and 10 more


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User_Removed 18 268
27 Jan 2005 8:44AM
Very clear, bright image with a 'feel good' atmosphere. Maybe it could have been sharpened a little more but I like the overall effect. Click! Ali.
27 Jan 2005 8:47AM
Great shot! Lovely tones and nice effects.
joolsb 16 27.1k 38 Switzerland
27 Jan 2005 8:59AM
Simple, yet effective. And great colours!
exposure Plus
17 6.0k United Kingdom
27 Jan 2005 9:07AM
A lovely image and colours.
Pauline.
27 Jan 2005 6:37PM
Thanks all for the comments and suggestions
Vivek
mikears 17 89 Canada
27 Jan 2005 7:03PM
I really like the colour in this shot! There is nice contrast between the blue and green.

Click
Mike
phiggy 19 7 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2005 1:48PM
Excellent colours nicely composed.
Phil
Beautiful Capture !!!
suleesia 17 176 Malaysia
2 Feb 2005 3:21AM
Nice tree in a sea of tea! Excellent composition.
Rgds
Su
bengsays 16 13
2 Feb 2005 5:35AM
Its nice. Its perfectly centered, but I think thats ok, its on a slant and that make it work. I like how the trees not perfect, and is differently shaped. Thanks for the comment
2 Feb 2005 5:49AM
Thanks Phil,Vineeth,Su & Beng for your comments.
Vivek
damian 18 140 Netherlands
3 Feb 2005 11:11AM
Not much shade off that baby..

Nice composition. Normally central positions rarly hold much power, the horizon really lends itself to this one.
3 Feb 2005 7:20PM
Thanks Damian! Nice to know that you enjoyed them.
-Vivek
ishrath 16
4 Feb 2005 1:45AM
Its a pix that sends out cool air over here! Nice one.

Hey incidently (i think), we both use the same camera! Happy clicking.
4 Feb 2005 5:05AM
Nice one Vivek. Besides these exquisite pictures, I have to thank you for bringing Munnar to the forefront.

Karthik.
4 Feb 2005 8:26PM
Thanks Karthik! Smile where are you from?
-Vivek
kevan 19 447
17 Feb 2005 6:43AM
Placing the subject in the centre is often discouraged but there are always exceptions to the rule and this is one of them. IMHO it could do with a slight crop on the left to place the trunk dead centre.

I think this works because of the simplicity of the shot.

(Thanks for the comments btw. Hope you find mine useful.)

Kevan
17 Feb 2005 7:20AM
Of course,Kevan! All of them were really useful & I shall definitely keep them in mind in the future.Thank you very much for your valuable advice.
-Vivek

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