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Discussion in 'Herman's Genres' started by Herman, Feb 9, 2011.
What a lovely topic, thank you! Here's my contribution, titled 'cracks in the sky', photographed with a Canon PowerShot A495:
Thanks Mayank for your great contribution.
Wow, Christilou, thanks, beautiful shot, I like the color output of your GXR a lot !
Thanks Herman, I'm having trouble keeping up with you today
Thanks for your reply, I'm a workalcoholic...?
Getting up early, getting to sleep early (in the morning).
Christilou, what what a lovely shot, lovely spotlight on the trees makes it magical, imo.
'Flaming Bush', photographed with a Canon PowerShot A590 IS:
I love the simplicity of your shots Mayank. They are always so serene and calm
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Taken with G1. Most have something sitting in the tree I suppose.
Taken with A33.
Will, great black and white
Texascbx, LOVE the A33 pic!
Wow, great shots, especially with the fading lights in the background.
E-P2, 17mm pancake, 1/60s, f/8, ISO200
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One more: 'Together at dusk'. Photographed with my favourite camera: Canon PowerShot A495.
E-P2, Cosina Cosinon 135/2.8, 1/1600. f/4?, ISO200
Oh, I know that stand of trees!!! Well, I know it from another photographer's pictures, that is. pdh, do you remember Iansky from over on mu43?
This is time around the feeling I'm getting here is close to that of The Mother Ship having landed. Very nice lines and color fields going on here, pdh and that wonderful blue sky braking through above that iconic stand of trees. Very beautiful and a little bit haunting.
Is there a story behind that place or does it just happen to be along one of your regular haunts? If it were near me, I am sure I would take many photographs of it.
well you've certainly seen it from different angles in my photostream BB ... I know of Iansky, but a quick search didn't turn up anything that was obviously the same ... can you find an example?
It's locally called "the caterpillar" ... for obvious reasons!