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Colors of wheat growing on the rolling hills of Palouse, in various stages of ripening. Side-light shadows produced by the sun barely rising above the horizon.
Nikon D90, ISO 200, 1/125 seconds, f/14 @ 55mm.
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I am a passionate photographer, based in the Seattle area. The beautiful Pacific Northwest landscape is my main source of inspiration.
Excellent landscape image Dan!
I appreciate your feedback Arfan!
– Dan Mihai
Dan, Another beauty.Bob
Thanks Bob – much appreciated!
Now this is a stunning landscape, great use of light and shadow
Thanks Di! The sunrise really brought to life the Palouse scene that morning!
talking about warm, just fantastic,
Thanks for the feedback Luda!
Extraordinary work…I love your idea. ………………..Art Quote of the DayOne eye sees, the other feels.Paul Klee mentioned and I nodded:)
Take care my friend:)
Thank you very much!
WONDERFUL POV Dan…love it
I appreciate that Larry – thanks!
Beautifully abstract landscape!
Thank you Claude!
Fabulous work Dan…29 August 2012
Thank you very much Larry!
Excellent capture !!! ??
Beautiful, and your portfolio is fantastic.