The Verdant Bough

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    Wow I have a lot of reading for you today! I hope you have a coffee, a stiff drink, and/or some good music to accompany you!

    First, my new photo today is entitled "The Verdant Bough". The photo was shot at this really cool place in Wyoming I found while running around Yellowstone with my rig. I'm glad I didn't fall down that cliff while shooting, but I guess that goes without saying.

    Second, I had an article posted today in Smashing Magazine. It was originally titled 10 Principles of Beautiful Photography. That links here to my website, or you can visit the Smashing Magazine as well, although it's filled with a negative nancies down at the bottom with their own flavor of commentary. No worries... I have a thick skin and I enjoy all kinds of feedback. Both articles are the same, but I like the one here on the site a little since I think the photos are best appreciated in their larger size. The eye needs to surf across them to accept all the light levels and not let your brain reject them. It's a longer diatribe... but part of the reason this blog is soooo wide... 900 pixels across for each shot.

    Oh, also, you can DIGG the article here! :)

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    1. *Eyes* 63 months ago | reply

      Love everything about this shot. Very nice shot! Perfect exposure and colors all over the scene. Looks great when viewed in large. Your HDR information is very helpful :)

    2. .Ryan --- 63 months ago | reply

      beautiful textures/colors. love all ur photos! :]

    3. Alexander Ipfelkofer 63 months ago | reply

      I really need to start doing some HDR... love the tree and the view!! Awesome.

    4. wildmann59 63 months ago | reply

      Stunning .....

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      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    5. Hotshoe ♥~ [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      No. Thank you.

      :)

    6. oneduke99 [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      Great photo

    7. astoria4u 63 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Photos of Merit, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    8. victortan47 [deleted] 63 months ago | reply

      stunning shot

    9. Boris Mitendorfer Photography 63 months ago | reply

      Incredible view, Trey! The best thing about hiking and traveling are such amazing views, nature, smell and sound of it!
      Very reach details and colors, amazing texture every where! I admire your work!
      Your article is super!

    10. tigiris84 62 months ago | reply

      enchanting!!!

    11. Jimbography ;-) 62 months ago | reply

      been staring at this one for quite a while now.. stunning.

      Trey for president ;-)

      btw.. great interview @ perception and reality show.. shame there where no good calls or interresting chat questions, and that i was not listning live.. none the less i think you just about covered it all.. time to head a little deeper, and head over to your blog.

      thanks for being you mate.

    12. Rocío Miron 61 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called El Visor / The viewfinder, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      your photostream is streaking, I´m gonna read that article!

    13. blablablablablablalblablbabla [deleted] 61 months ago | reply

      wow!

    14. Mighty5Cent 54 months ago | reply

      Great shot! Hope you don't mind me using it for some painting practice and posting it with a link to this original.
      My version - fav.me/d2dj3jh

    15. OlyaA (busy) 35 months ago | reply

      Wonderful picture!

      Please share this wonderful image with group Show Room
      This invitation counts as an award as well

    16. Eddy D. [deleted] 35 months ago | reply

      I saw this Interesting capture at

      Interesting Shot ✿Color✿

      ● Add 1 - Award or Invite 3 ●
      Thank for sharing

    17. Giuseppe Serafi 25 months ago | reply

      rumore di fondo sull'albero, schiarito con fotoritocco? bella inquadratura

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