|Copyright: Nicole Girs (girni)
|Date Taken: 2013-02-10|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2013-02-11 0:09|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Nature House is surrounded by a park where it's welcoming stroll. An avenue of lime trees leads to the Museum of Forest and Water "Peter Noah" while benches invite to rest at the edge of the pond. Inhabited by carp, the lake is surrounded by yellow iris and pink water lilies floating lazily on its surface. A little earlier, a centuries-old elm tree is silhouetted against the sky. The extensive lawns are dotted with clumps of trees or shrubs echoing merrily singing birds in the spring.|
In 1981, by the will of Peter Noah engineer
Forest Spa cantonment, create a door
on nature and its components, the Museum
Forest was born. This museum was gradually
present forest animals Ardennes integrated
reconstituted in settings depicting their environments
life. So every weekend or on demand
Forest Service was responsible for this dissemination of all information regarding the site, the surrounding forests and Fagne Malchamps nearby.
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- [2013-02-11 14:42]
Salut Nicole,une magnifiqu et minimaliste image depuis l'hiver terrible mais spectaculaire de ces jours chez nous,une exposition parfaite et des details magnifiques,tres interessantes les notes aussi.Mes compliments et belle journee',Luciano
From your note it sounds like this a very beautiful place in the spring and summer. I am from Canada and we can get a lot of snow in the Winter. I have a lot of photos with snow in them. I enjoy photographing trees with snow or hoarfrost on them. I like your photo but what takes way from it is your white balance. I don't know what type of camera you have that would have helped to advise you of camera settings. I have done a quick Workshop of your image to show you a couple of changes.
Thanks for sharing