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Result of a long exposure experiment… zoomed out while the shutter was open. Trees at the park near my home. Bournemouth, England.
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Self taught photographer with a passion for black & white images. Currently focusing on capturing the special atmosphere of my new beautiful home town Dresden.
In the past I have had the opportunity to show my work at international group exhibitions in Brighton, UK and at Toronto City Hall, Canada.
fantastic atmosphere Dorit, very well done!
Thank you very much Anthony.
– Dorit Fuhg
Thank you Miron.
Captivating result, Dorit.I’m glad you experimented :)
Thank your for the comment Mark… appreciate it.
a beautiful dream! well done.
Thank you very much Cornelia. I’m glad you like it.
Excellent Dorit…..reminds me of a swirling mist, it is always good to try something different!!
Thank you George… yes, I’m back on my long exposure and movement trip :)
Very good result from trying something new, really like this….
Thank you Mark, really appreciate your comment. Took some more zoom shots today.. though they’ve got to “mature” before publishing.
Brrrr… you’re blowing mystery all around Dorit. And the mood that your palette teases out makes it even colder. I get off on ambiguity. Our brains are hardwired to find rational patterns in images, and you just won’t let that happen here, will you? So I’ve got to hop among explanations like a lilly-padding frog. Cool.
haha.. I wanna see you doing the lily-padding frog Ted. No serious, thank you very much for letting me know what you see in it. I really appreciate that.I rarely look for anything rational in an image.. I either like it or I don’t (as Mark German says)… most of the time I just try to capture a mood, a feeling, an impression and hope the result reflects that. Thanks again Ted.
Love this image
Thank you very much Noel.
great image! love it!
love the mood captured