Haunt of the Fringe Dwellers © Vicki Ferrari Photography by Vicki Ferrari
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This was taken on the Gold Coast in QLD, Australia at the Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area, between the board walk (the lake) and the walking path. I was pretty “chuffed” because I received the highly commended award in the Native Plants Category, in October 2008, in the Gold Coast City Council Natural Environment Photography Competition, The tree itself is a SHEOAK and it is called a fringe dweller because it grows in between the wet and the dry! This area has a sort of ‘magical’ feel, for want of a better description! I love the Australian Bush! I am a proud Aussie!
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Nikon D70s
98mm Focal
F4.5
1/640 Shutter
Taken 4 August 2008

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  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithover 5 years ago

    Hey this is a very cool shot but I look at it and can’t help but think – How did she do that????
    Is it a composite of 3 or 4 layers?

  • Ciaran O'Hagan
    Ciaran O'Haganover 5 years ago

    great shot…very atmospheric!!

  • i just found a new button – the reply button! thanks for the compliment ciaran! have a good chrissy!

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrariover 5 years ago

    thanks garth! no layers as such but i tweaked it with photoshop, a bit of softening in the background. all the trees were there in the original, low aperture. is that what you meant? red bubble is very addictive, isn’t it?

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithover 5 years ago

    Yes Vicki that is what I meant, its remarkable how much the main trees stand out.
    Yes you are doing it pretty much the right way as far as I can see.

  • ahhh! that button! i didn’t see that one…. must find my glasses! thanks garth!!

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrariover 5 years ago

    Thanks Garth, good to know…. still learning all i can about redbubble! what happens if you put an uncalibrated colour image on redbubble?

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithover 5 years ago

    Cool you found it.
    No personal experience about uncalibrated colour images.
    I was reading about it the other day and how the colours and/or tones dont render properly.
    Attempted to find the article I read it in, got sidetracked reading something else and still didnt find it. Maybe google will help.

  • ahh look… i found it again! i get sidetracked too – could it be sidetrakeus syndrome? maybe it is caught from cameras… i will check out google, for calibration, not for sidetrakeus syndrome!

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • mekea
    mekeaover 5 years ago

    Beautiful capture!:)

  • thank you mekea!

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Charlie Sawyer
    Charlie Sawyerover 5 years ago

    Very fine image! The softening is striking because with a long lens/large aperture putting the background out of focus, as your eye expects, the grasses near the foreground trees would be in focus too but here they are not. It makes the foreground trees really stand out. Nice work.

  • thank you charlie!

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Lars Klottrup
    Lars Klottrupover 5 years ago

    Fine texture! :-)

  • Thank you Lars, by the way! Vicki :)))) Sometimes I hit the wrong button! Very easy to do, aye?!

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrariover 5 years ago

    thank you lars!

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