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Apple trees, Niagara, Ontario, Canada, Canon 50d
Processed using Photomatix.3 jpgs2, 0,+2, tweaked with Picassa.
Top 10 placement in Do your best in Black & White Challenge March 2010Featured in Wide Angle photography Group March 2010
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I’m a chef by trade and a photographer by heart. I like Mountain Biking, Canon Gear, The Clash and Lemon Meringue Pie
This is beautiful ……….. love the lighting in this one!!! =D
Cheers Gabby, thank you for adding it to your favourites.
– Russ Styles
yet another great shot, looks good in b/w and framed in white its even better.
Thank you Ruth, I’m pleased that you like it.
This is really stunning love the light and clouds above the tree. Great in B&W
Thank you very much Kim, very nice of you to drop in and add your comments.
Lovely wide angle image Russ:)
Thank you Polly
Very well seen and captured Russ!
Thank you Debra.
Nice one Russ
The light is fantastic, the way it mirrors the shape of the tree, also am loving the menacing clouds……………..
Cheers Nic…I was driving past this and immediately knew I had to get out and shoot it..it’s not far from the winery that you and I went to years ago….
Impressive! What a great PoV and angle, Russ! There are lines everywhere (trees standing in a row, lines in the clouds, contour of the tree in the middle), all leading to the vanishing point. Wonderful work!
Thank you Peter, I was laid on my stomach for this one, wanted to try and push the tree as far into the sky as I could, I was hoping that it would sort of follow the vanishing contour of the other tree lines.Thank you very much for adding it to your faves.
Very nice, well done
Very interesting cloud formation! Lovng this in BW
Thank you Maureen….