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Thursday, August 04, 2005

Grey


Nikon D70 @ 44mm, 1.3 sec, f/10, ISO 200
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This is the same tree as the one I posted yesterday, but taken a few minutes later. The weather quickly changed, and it was actually raining at this point, so keeping the lens dry was quite a challenge.

It's very rarely that I'm completely comfortable with any of my shots - there's always something I'd like to have changed - but I'm happy with this one. Maybe it's because it's a change from the dark contrasty look I go for in my b+w shots. I like the almost high key effect on this one and how the image is primarily grey and white.

I know I said I'd post my three shots from yesterday in reverse order, but I think this one might be my new favourite :)

4 Comments:

Anonymous O b e l i x said...

This is a GREAT shot. Very simple, very creative. I really like this.

12:43 am, August 06, 2005  
Blogger Mahes said...

I appreciate lake
for not accepting
"silver coating"

Sometime..
somebody..
don't loose their individuality
at any cost.

-Good Close up shot-

3:10 am, August 06, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thanks obelix and mahes... glad you like this one.

12:33 pm, August 08, 2005  
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