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La "Fajeda d'en Jorda" is the beech forest (Fagus sylvatica) which grows at the lowest height in Europe: 550 m. La Garrotxa, Girona, Spain.
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Went to the local forest with my son this morning and got a few shots.
I've done this effect a few times and quite enjoy doing it.
This is from the nice rain forest area near where the road ends at the Carbon River Entrance to Mount Rainier National Park. (Yes Rich, by the creek) I was just playing with the raw file to see what could be done with a really low contrast scene that was shot in very low light. Mostly I used Nik's Tonal Contrast and regular contrast, including a touch of black point setting to bring blacks back in the contrast. Also there were a couple of bare spots in the composition that I filled in using the clone tool in Lr. It took me a while to get the hang of using that Lr tool but now it seems to work good. It works best for me by running the cloning brush over the target area first (because you can see the exact shape of the target), then drag that pin to the destination area, then move the target pin over the target. Most people I think brush in an area for the destination pin first, but this method works backwards from that. You can actually use the arrows on your keyboard for fine tuning the location of the target pin before you are finished.
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Around Almere the forest is quite young, only 40 years old.
First I thought these trees were birches, but they aren't . It's populus x canescens. A cross between populus alba and populus tremula. In Dutch it's called 'grauwe abeel'. I don't know the english name. On wikipedia there is a page in dutch about this tree, but it is not in english.
.... sunrise .... dark forest .... morning walk with tripod .... no-hdr
Holiday memories from Thuringian Forest, Germany 20:
Hiking path towards the viewpoint Hundskopf (= dog's head) near Allzunah, Thuringian Forest
Urlaubserinnerungen aus dem Thüringer Wald 20:
Wanderweg zum Aussichtspunkt Hundskopffelsen bei Allzunah
Had a good tramp through the woods today with a friend who used to work for the Forestry Commission. He knows the area like the back of his hand and knows the best places to see deer, boar etc. Well we saw the back end of a muntjac, and found some boar who gave us the run around. I failed to snap any wildlife at all though!
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Out for a walk in Tollymore today, was planning a walk in the mountains but decided it was a better day for the forest. Didn't end up taking many shots mainly because both the batteries in my camera where flat. That'll teach me not to charge :)
Explored 5/3/11 - Yep, I hardly believe it myself :-)
Ratargul Swamp Forest is a freshwater swamp forest located in Gowainghat, Sylhet, Bangladesh. It is the only swamp forest located in Bangladesh and one of the few freshwater swamp forest in the world. The forest is naturally conserved under the Department of Forestry, Govt. of Bangladesh.
Thought today was a good day for some color. We had about a foot of snow yesterday and woke up to -7F (-22C) and a wind chill of -29F (-34C). So outside my house is all white and pretty darn cold. I know many of my American contacts are in the same position as me. I hope this warms you up. :^)
I hope everyone enjoys this image! :^)