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A Winter's Morning
A Winter's Morning
SaraR


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Collection: Black & White
Camera: Canon EOS-40D
Lens: Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Location: North Yorkshire
Date: Feb 20, 2008
Aperture: f14
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/25th
Galleries: Black and White, Rural
Date Uploaded: Mar 1, 2008

Viewed: 375
Comments: 14
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A heavy hoar frost. I was aiming to capture textures and integrate them in to the main composition with this one.

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Green -14
Blue +106

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04/05/2008 05:41:22 PM
I have to say that this is much more interesting than the thumbnail. The thick frost on the left is the first thing to greet you when you open the photo. Then the path leads you down to the tree. Great conversion and I like the composition too.
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03/20/2008 11:56:53 PM
i like it but i would like it even more panned slightly more to the right
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03/20/2008 09:55:19 AM
I think the left side overwhelms the image a little .. I'd like to see the dark path to right more... it has a good contrast and the trees stand out in the gray sky.
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03/08/2008 11:22:15 PM
I like your perspective, I love the wide angle lens...it's my favorite one to use. The frozen grass leading to the great looking tree is perfect. It definetly portrays the cold very well.
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03/05/2008 11:36:37 PM
Sara, you succeeded very well in capturing textures and integrating them into a beautiful photo. I really like the barren, cold winter feel of this photo. The only thing I might have done (but I may have ended up putting it right back exactly as it is too) is make the left a little less prominent. Maybe more of a capture of that beautiful frosty lane with a little less of the grass on the left. But the photo really grabs me.
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03/05/2008 03:15:56 PM
Very nice leading lines to that tree, the frost and dark soil make one really nice picture.
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03/05/2008 02:59:21 PM
Nice take on whats already a lovely scene. The B&W conversion is spot on in this bold composition. There are not all that many times when a white sky adds to an image but reckon its perfect here. Oh, and being the boring fotog I am did you also take a portrait shot of the right half of the image? (thats a classic shot).
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03/05/2008 12:29:38 AM
I like the leading line in this shot and the scene is gorgeous, love how the backgorund just fades away. nicely done.
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03/04/2008 02:24:59 PM
I really like this. I love the detail in the weeds, and the wonderful path that not only leads you to the tree, but beckons you to walk along it.
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03/02/2008 07:19:59 AM
Very cool! Love the leading lines here and the fogging cold look. As cold as it is it still makes me want to take a walk done that path.
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03/02/2008 02:03:24 AM
My eye follows the fence and frost right down to the big tree. I like the mist in the background. Good composition.
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03/01/2008 05:55:10 PM
I like the leading lines in this photo...would have been great for the Leading Lines challenge. I'm also a fan of these low angle wide angle shots. This one is very nice.
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03/01/2008 05:51:01 PM
this picture is so heavily weighted to the left, that I had to pull back and slide my eyes over to the right, and you know that really works, overgrowth trying to take over, the ground worked by man beside it, leading nicely to a tree that looks just like the tree we all want to shoot, and usually we try to isolate it, but here we have to deal with the surroundings...
p.s. nice mix, bold use of blue channel...
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03/01/2008 05:28:48 PM
I love the DOF here, and the textures in the foreground are wonderful. This is a photo to be proud of!
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