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Derby, Western Australia.
Nikon D60 + Sigma 10-20mmISO 100 • f/7.1 • 3.6sec • 14mm
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Incredible light, and I just adore those trees!!!! :))) Fabulous work!!
Thank you, Laurie! :)
– Mieke Boynton
Another beautiful capture by you!
Thank you so much, Kathy :) :) :)
Oh so fabulous Mieke, what an image, great tones
Thanks heaps, Dianne!! =D
Love those Boabs…and that light is special..Another fine image Mieke..
Thanks, Robert. The light was amazing. I actually went back here three times to get the ‘right’ light… glad I did :)
Super. Looks like the smaller, younger trees are leaning away from the larger one .. giving it some space & respect ?
:) :) :) That’s what I thought!! Thanks, Michael :)
Beautiful photo. Unusual trees.
Thanks, Ron :) And yes, these trees are very unusual. Each one is so easy to ‘recognise’… it’s like they have their own personalities!
Love the symmetry. With that long exposure would have been very early/late in day. How would this go in B&W?
Yep – it was just after sunset and I had the polariser on. Not sure about the B&W, Charles – it’s the colour that makes it special. Will give it a go though :)
Thank you, Jane!
What a find!!
:) Thanks, Mel. Pity I didn’t know where these ones were when you guys came. Ah well. Next time you visit… ;)
Thanks, Richard! (Lol!)