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beyond the fence line by Tania Palermo
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UCONN campus
Storrs, CT
January 1, 2010

Nikon d90
f/29
1/40 sec
ISO 200
focal length 105mm
manual exposure mode

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  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsalmost 5 years ago

    love the soft focus on this and the depth of field. i love photgraphing fences or disappearing lines. Did you have you camera on a tripod, just wondering due to F stop and exposure time, think i would of had camera shake if i had tried this by hand

  • I actually took several different fence shots….a few with really great vanishing lines (which I’ll probably post later)…and I thought of you while I was out there…lol. I remembered commenting on a photo of yours and you saying how much you like taking pics like that…
    I did not have a tripod for this – I held my breath…lol. I’d gone out with the intention of experimenting with the f stop and exposure time…so that’s why they are funky. The lens I used has a VR – so that helped.

    – Tania Palermo

  • Michael Scholl
    Michael Schollalmost 5 years ago

    This is how I think of winter….cold…white…bare…lonely…but with hope of warmth over the horizon.
    Beautiful shot, Tania!

  • Yes! Thank you – you took the thoughts right out of my head…that’s exactly what I was trying to say and could not come up with the words for.

    – Tania Palermo

  • David Murphy
    David Murphyalmost 5 years ago

    Beautiful;ly cool Tania!!
    The focus is lovingly soft!!

  • Thank you my favorite Aussie….
    The silence of the day just took my breath away….it felt “lovingly soft” to me….
    p.s. I’m almost out of K&H’s….

    – Tania Palermo

  • RicAlexander
    RicAlexanderalmost 5 years ago

    Lovely capture Tania and agree about soft focus, I should do it a lot more on my images, Excellent my friend!!!

  • Thank you Ric!!! I liked how it made the background seem to go on forever.

    – Tania Palermo

  • Russ Styles
    Russ Stylesalmost 5 years ago

    Love those lines and how the tree branch is scratching at them…have you thought of submitting to Fence..Winter..vanishing points??

  • …thanks russ…i just joined the fence group and submitted…thanks again for the ideas….

    – Tania Palermo

  • Barssel
    Barsselalmost 5 years ago

    Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…………………..loooks very cold

  • Hahaha…yes….cold it was!

    – Tania Palermo

  • Tim Wright
    Tim Wrightalmost 5 years ago

    Very nice

  • Thanks Tim.

    – Tania Palermo

  • RRoca
    RRocaalmost 5 years ago

    Like the softness you conveyed here Tania but also the composition. The B&W works quite well here. Wonderful work chica!

  • :) thank you, thank you. :)

    – Tania Palermo

  • FoodMaster
    FoodMasteralmost 5 years ago

    i love this one its so amazing and kinda spooky but kool lol

  • thanks…it wasn’t spooky…it was super peaceful…. :)

    – Tania Palermo

  • alkbir
    alkbiralmost 5 years ago

    Very poetic….

  • ….glad you think so…

    – Tania Palermo

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