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Island Road, Port Perry, Durham, Ontario, Canada, Canon 50d
Featured in #1Artists of Red Bubble January 2010
“don’t fence me in”…
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Nicely composted Mr. Styles. Love the color.
Cheers Debra, thanx for adding to your faves…
– Russ Styles
Thank you Lorilee…
Love the contrast snow to sky, did you use a graduated filter???? I also like the interest created by the fence neatly framing the treeline…….Top shot me auld mukka.
Thanks Nic, I used the Graduated filter in the processing(Picassa), had to crop slightly to emphasize that Fence Post…
Thanks also for adding to your faves….
Wonderful placement of the fencing wire! This is like several little pictures in one.
Thank you Denise…appreciate your comments.
wow – what a gorgeous sky to go with that white snow!
Cheers Berndt….how’s things in the UK…plenty of snow still?
Clever Composition Russ! I can see you kneeling there, pondering over the decision how to best frame this shot, lol. Well done!
Cheers Manny, would have been happier if those weedy things hadn’t been intertwind with the wire fence…would have liked a cleaner look around the fence post…thanks for taking a look matey.
Tip: a bit of weeding never harmed …
The snow-cover isn’t quite as generous where I am as in your picture (and that sky…!!), but where I live there are undisturbed patches, and there was quite a bit resting on various plant foliage, which was pretty. The higlight was definitely a couple of centimetres settling (however briefly) in central London today!
Hope you managed to get a few images of it…My folks live up north in Chesterfield and they’ve been stuck indoors for a few days, they said it’s the worst they’ve seen in years.
…i took a picture just like this over the weekend…except, mine sucked and yours is gorgeous!
Thanks for checking it out and your comments Tania. Are you going to post yours so that we can take a look? I’m sure it’s good if your gallery is anything to go by.