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waiting for the flood...

Discussion in 'Nature' started by silverbullet, Oct 19, 2010.

  1. silverbullet

    silverbullet Mu-43 Veteran

    Feb 10, 2010
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  2. Gwendal

    Gwendal Mu-43 Veteran

    Jun 6, 2010
    Beautiful B&W !
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  3. bilzmale

    bilzmale Mu-43 All-Pro

    Nice detail and textures - very nice.
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  4. Djarum

    Djarum Super Moderator Subscribing Member

    Dec 15, 2009
    Huntsville, AL, USA
    Very Nice.
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  5. jonima

    jonima Mu-43 Regular

    Interesting Picture!! Nice Contrast!:thumbup:

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  6. silverbullet

    silverbullet Mu-43 Veteran

    Feb 10, 2010
    Thanks a lot!
    Making these shot I was really sad that no 7 or 8mm lens was available for me. When I think about such photographs, some pics from glassy lakes in Alaska or B.C. come to my mind.
    The shoreline is full of silver wood and the angle of view from the cam plus super wide angle is dramatic. Mostly the reflections of mountains on the water adds more depth. But here it's ok to have only stones....:rolleyes: 
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  7. grebeman

    grebeman Mu-43 All-Pro

    Mar 13, 2010
    South Brent, south Devon (UK)
    This is one of those instances in landscape photography where the black and white image probably conveys more than the colour version would, a beautiful tonal range, truely painting with light.

  8. BBW

    BBW Super Moderator Emeritus

    Absolutely lovely, Bernd! Super in all ways and though I've never been to Alaska or BC, this one could easily be seen in Wyoming, as well. Great wild country!
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  9. silverbullet

    silverbullet Mu-43 Veteran

    Feb 10, 2010
    Thanks Barrie, you are so right!
    in colour the silver of the tree has no visual impact with the white stones of the river.

    In b/w we have more 'power' to see the different textures and possible 'wrong' colours can't distract our imaginations.
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