Birch copse after the mist

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    Field notes: Technikardan 45 | Fujinon W 250 f6.7 | Portra 160 | 1 sec @ f32 | Epson v700

    Continung the the theme of the previous image, a similar birch copse just round the corner from the other, this time after the mist had lifted. The quiet stillness and muted palette was the attraction to me here. What you won't be able to see unless you go large are the thousands of tiny water droplets hanging from the branches.

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    1. John Irvine. [deleted] 24 months ago | reply

      You can see the mind process behind this image Joe, very well done

    2. Willi Morali 24 months ago | reply

      Beautiful scene! Excellent nature photograph!

    3. David Copley 24 months ago | reply

      Lovely image Joe - I really like how you composed this side to side. It has a very pleasing quality - the balance of close and far trees works so well. Viewing in large in lightbox definetly brings out the best. Cheers.

    4. Joe Rainbow 24 months ago | reply

      Agree with David above. Lovely softness to the scene but full of sharp detail.

    5. Pete Hyde 24 months ago | reply

      Absolutely beautiful Joe, the soft and restricted colour palette is really appealing.

    6. Alistair Haimes 24 months ago | reply

      Seriously nice Joe, a very refined composition and lovely sobre light.

    7. David N Moorhouse 24 months ago | reply

      Very good Joe, each tree looks to have its own space within the frame, a very pleasing simplicity about it.

    8. baxterbradford 24 months ago | reply

      Lovely muted palette and mood with excellent separation between the tree trunks Joe. Viewpoint choice must have taken a while!

      I tried scrolling up to crop out the sky part and found that to my eyes, this simplified things and seemed to enhance the presence of the tree trunks.

    9. Michael Paynton 24 months ago | reply

      Joe, the spacing between the pairs of Birches is very effective. I would agree with Baxter's comment about the crop but would leave just a touch of sky to lend the image an airy feel.

    10. tobchasinglight 24 months ago | reply

      Suitably subtle colour which renders the scene perfectly

    11. Mike.D.Green 24 months ago | reply

      Immaculate. Very nice shot indeed. The detail is excellent, but the overall look of this really grabs my attention.

    12. uniB 24 months ago | reply

      Lovely when viewed large. I have to agree with Baxter about the sky crop. Would have been nice with some Astia ;o)

    13. Joe Wright 24 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the thoughts on the crop suggestions, the original was me attempting a vista! Now tweaked with just that little hint of sky retained, didn't go too tight as it seemed to kill the depth and stop the attention at the first set of trunks...

    14. Douglas Griffin 24 months ago | reply

      Simple but so effective. A beautifully-executed bit of work, Joe.

    15. Marko Matic 23 months ago | reply

      Nice shot Joe. Shame about the black tree in the back..

    16. rowteight 23 months ago | reply

      Like this one Joe. Loads of eye-popping detail, and the composition is pleasing, perhaps because of rather than in spite of the 'black tree'.

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