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    1. Vancouver Wedding Photographer: Ophelia Photograph 70 months ago | reply

      The landscape looks like a dream! But the overall colour perhaps are too soft for this photo. The details of the stunning tress are lost for me. I do love the painted look as if this is a masterpeice over a fire place. It almost has a slight hdr look to me.

      I would love to see some added contrast to this photo as your eye is not drawn to anything specific. It is beautiful though dont think I am being overly critical.

    2. Benjamin Edwards 70 months ago | reply

      I think potentially this could have been an excellent day for photography - credit for going out in such weather! I like in this shot the frost and mistyness. However, I feel that this shot lacks in terms of composition, especially in the forground. A fence post, small tree/bush would balance the front and rear better, I feel.

    3. JasonCargill 70 months ago | reply

      Wonderful trees back there! A little more contrast maybe, and the yellow-ish grass on the bottom right could be cropped out also.
      I like the dreamy look to, so adjusting the contrast might take away what you were going for...who knows. :)

    4. jaeson_K 70 months ago | reply

      Beautiful calming picture. I think it would benefit from some contrast, and a focal point. For me the green needs to come out a bit more, and I think it is screeming for a subject. Wish I was there to bask in the calm though.

    5. MyMacroLens 70 months ago | reply

      LOVE LOVE LOVE this!

      Gee... I'm not going to get my GLA if that's all I say. Ok, let's see...

      This is one of the rare photos that strike at me in thumbnail size and I know that when I click on it I'm going to be impressed. The frosty trees behind the green field covered in mist form a mysterious whole that I don't want to ruin for myself with technical appraisals or too many words. Anyway, if you'd got the technical stuff all wrong, the whole that impresses me wouldn't show.

      The trees make me think of the Narnia tales, the lion the witch and the wardrobe, to be more precise. It's like the forest of frost the witch has got in her grip and has to be freed.

      Alternatively, I'm looking at the most beautiful winter creation and just beyond that line of trees is a glimmering, inviting, crystal palace of ice.

      I could go on... I don't know what you, as the photographer, see in this but I'm such an emotional sucker... Bear with me. ;-)

      Ok, I will give one technical note. I think I would love this even more if the very sharply focused greenery in the foreground was cropped out. The overall soft focus would enhance the mystery.

    6. Joanne-V 69 months ago | reply

      rainbowAs a winner in Nature's Pot-of-Gold "CHALLENGE 1 vs 1 WINNER's CHOICE, Room 1" contest, you are invited to add a medium-size of this winning photo to the Challenge Winners Hall-of-Fame

    7. Joanne-V 69 months ago | reply

      rainbowAs a winner in one of Nature's Pot-of-Gold Challenge Rooms, you are invited to join a special Hall-of-Fame group and add this winning photo to POG Challenge Winners - Hall of Fame

    8. AM 09 69 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot.

      This is a magnificent example of
      Nature's Pot-of-Gold!

      June 2nd, one beautiful day, glorious!
      Thanks for adding to
      Nature's Pot-of-Gold Group.

    9. jsynnott 69 months ago | reply

      Wow, great shot. I love frosty photos like this. Also love how the trees are fading with the fog in the background, very nice.

      I found this photo because you asked me to Explore My Photostream

    10. Fe em Brasil 66 months ago | reply

      Beautifully frosted landscape
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    11. Kathy~ 64 months ago | reply

      Award Final v1 - Silver(2)
      ~~ Congratulations! ~~
      Your photo placed second in the challenge at Photo Face-Off!
      Please post it to our pool.

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    12. catoledo( Thanks for 100000+ views!) 64 months ago | reply

      Bronze <br>medal REMAKE

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      You've Won a Bronze Medal at

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      Please tag your photo with FotoCompetitionBronze.
      You may now post this photo in a Silver medal competition.

    13. pcgn7 63 months ago | reply

      very impressive!

    14. kninaus [deleted] 59 months ago | reply

      great picture !

    15. Joanne-V 57 months ago | reply

      Your photo is entered in Nature's Pot-of-Gold !!! OPEN OnGoing THEMATIC ComPetition !!! - Theme #10: LANDSCAPES. It's time to VOTE; you must vote to qualify. The voting poll is open until Sunday, September 6, 2009, at midnight EST. You are allowed THREE votes (do NOT vote for your own photo). Pick your favorite 3 photos; order does not matter in this voting poll. Here's a link to the page for selecting and voting: VOTING POLL

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    16. Joanne-V 56 months ago | reply

      Hallo, ich bin der Administrator der Gruppe Wilderness Trails {Admin Invite}, und wir würden uns freuen, wenn Du dies zu unserer Gruppe hinzufügen würdest.

      Congratulations! As one of the winners in !!! OPEN OnGoing THEMATIC ComPetition !!! - theme #10: LANDSCAPES, your photograph is deemed to be the crème de la crème of Nature's Pot-of-Gold and as such is invited to move up to our mother group Wilderness Trails and has been awarded the Nature's Pot-of-Gold Award of Excellence.

    17. blablablablablablalblablbabla [deleted] 54 months ago | reply

      nice :)

      You're invited to post your photo in our group

      Show us your best

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