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The red tree by Gisele Bedard


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A photo I took this week on a mild foggy morning.I saw that tree on the other side of the lake in the fog….5 minutes from my home…The straight light you see was the sun reflecting on the lake.I added an impressionnist effect …
L’Achigan lake in St-Hippolyte,Quebec,Canada.
A card for many occasions….


red, abstract, lake, landscape, laurentides, micmac, quebec, reflection, tree

Member since 2006

Hi ! My bubblers friends my name is Gisèle Bédard aka Micmac…. I ‘ve always loved drawing and writing and everything that’s artistic.I ’m working as a nurses-aid in a long term hospital.You can see some pictures from my work in my portfolio.I started photography in 2006 at the age of 50.
I hope you will enjoy my photos ,they all come from my heart
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Camera Nikon D 200

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  • Amber Elizabeth Fromm Donais
    Amber Elizabet...almost 6 years ago

    very very pretty micmac =)))

  • Angel Warda
    Angel Wardaalmost 6 years ago

    beautiful! it actually looks like a painting!

  • mariarty
    mariartyalmost 6 years ago

    Very beautiful misty scene.

  • Bonnie T.  Barry
    Bonnie T. Barryalmost 6 years ago

    Only you can achieve such an effect! Serene, mystical, deeply contemplative. Love this!

  • girlinthestars
    girlinthestarsalmost 6 years ago


  • Birgitta
    Birgittaalmost 6 years ago

    I dub you-“The Queen Of Fog”.
    ;) It’s beautiful.

  • andygibb
    andygibbalmost 6 years ago

    love this…you just want to dive into the shot…great atmospheric powerful shot x

  • Dawne Olson
    Dawne Olsonalmost 6 years ago

    Lovely muted tones of green and gold… it really has an extraordinary feel to it. Beautiful!..xx

  • Pamela Jayne Smith
    Pamela Jayne S...almost 6 years ago


  • Johanne Brunet
    Johanne Brunetalmost 6 years ago

    Magical and mysterious scene! I hope that I’ll be able to do such beautiful mist shots when I grow up (I’m still in my photography baby steps).

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