- techranger (3462)
- [2008-10-16 9:42]
A very beautiful autumn scene Evelynn. I really love the way the mountains in the background are framed by the ground and the brillant trees. Good to hear that you hightailed it out of there in the nick of time. Well presented. :) TFS
- aes_thor (2489)
- [2008-10-16 10:09]
another beautiful autumn landscape. Great view on mountains below the tree, blue and red makes here very nice contrast.
Saturation is quite strong but still looks natural and good. Very nice composition.
- nagraj (15166)
- [2008-10-16 10:10]
beautiful image, well composed and exposed too. i wish i were there kind of image. saturation looks fine, not overdone. tfs.
- siggi (52850)
- [2008-10-16 10:50]
wow, colours of autumn! Very nice. A like the background with the mountains and the sky.
Very beautifully composition.
Best regards Siggi
- jconceicao (3174)
- [2008-10-16 11:26]
Beautiful colours with excellent detalhe.
Lighting and composition are superb.
- livius (1525)
- [2008-10-16 11:29]
beautifulst the shadings of vivid colors of the leaves, beautiful the contrast and the fine details of the leaves thanks to a light good hand. Great for hoods and mountains on the background.
- iti (7939)
- [2008-10-16 12:33]
Nice photo very nice.
- PaulGana (595)
- [2008-10-16 12:38]
The color seems to be fine to me. Great scene, nice fall colors
- iris (3088)
- [2008-10-16 15:25]
The title seems perfectly fine for this original concept that you present.
The contrast between the fall in the FG and the snow clad mountains in the BG looks all the more wonderful when one looks through the natural arch that you brought into the frame. How i wish i could go see this place for myself!!!!I cant imagine how the weather changed and the place got buried in snow.
The saturation is perfect for me.
I'm so glad you captured this wonderful "unforgettable" moment and doing full justice to the colours and concept.
Thanks a ton and cheers
P.S:Would love to add this to my "unforgettable" theme:)
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2008-10-16 16:03]
That's a window!
It surely made your trip worthwhile.
I have a PC (unfortunately?) and your colors are just great.
As a matter of fact it's a visual feast.
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2008-10-16 19:32]
Superb use of framing by the trees...You have caught many things...geology, weather in two distinct seasons guided by only altitude and gosh knows what all else I am missing...it is your field of expertise as I have mentioned before...I would stop at your place on the way top Cali and have a cup of tea...perhaps with a shot of rum and sweets for a salute to the season.
...yeah really I would!
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2008-10-16 19:35]
Stunning image Evelynn,
Almost like viewing two distinctly beautiful scenes in the same photo. The mountains in the BG are a real asset to an already wonderful image. Well done!!! perfect in every way!
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2008-10-16 19:41]
what a beautiful capture, i loved the natural framing here, i liked everything about this capture, great guide for a amateur landscaper. goes to my fav. pictures.
tfs & regards
- manyee (23770)
- [2008-10-16 22:15]
Amazing composition, Evelynn.
The colors are wonderful.
You know what is so interesting in this...
The foreground is the grass and trees, making a perfect frame.
The mountains, which are the big and strong elements, look small and ephemeral in the distance.
Something about this reversed status throws me off balance, which makes this image so attractive to me.
If you know what I mean...
TFS. : )
- SelenE (13972)
- [2008-10-17 0:03]
It's a beautiful photo. Scenery, composition, DOF, POV, natural framing, light and exposure control are very good. TFS
- Janice (18832)
- [2008-10-17 1:42]
What a beautiful picture window you have here Evelynn. So colourfully framed with teh autumn leaves.
Super view of the mountains in the BG
- oanaotilia (3416)
- [2008-10-17 4:02]
Beatiful reddish window,, contrasting with the white-blue of the mountains from the backgound.
Kind regards, Oana
- inked (771)
- [2008-10-17 5:47]
great composition! love the framing through the trees, the natural gradient of the trees, the range of color.. really nicely done.. and saturation looks good to me too
- NinaM (4077)
- [2008-10-17 16:00]
Amazingly beautiful, you captured the grandeur of this renowned place in a stunning landscape. What I particularly like in this picture are the two different scales, the one at the tree's scale opening on the grandiose mountains in the back, huge and beautiful. Thank you Evelynn,
- anel (40574)
- [2008-10-18 2:37]
What a beatiful window!! Great landscape-shot showing autumnal colors already mixed with first manifestations of wintertime in the back. The Teton park seesm a source of inspiration for a lot of people. It must great to be there.
- albert (2971)
- [2008-10-18 3:23]
No worry your colours are real and really stunning!even on my PC!
Great composition with a window on the mountains in the BG
- writerscrawlz (2961)
- [2008-10-18 11:00]
What an incredible landscape! The colors are shouting, begging to be noticed - and notice them I did!
The composition is perfect, as is the exposure. Excellent clarity and I love how this goes from the small grains of stalks to the mountains - talk about All Things Big and Small (a favorite book I had as a child) - an excellent capture, my friend.
- Adanac (21378)
- [2008-10-18 18:52]
Hi My Friend,
This is going to my favorites too. The composition is outstanding Evelynn with the distant mountain framed by autumn colors/
- uleko (10940)
- [2008-10-18 23:24]
I love the way you've framed the distant mountains in wonderful autumn colours. Excellent DOF, wonderful colours and an excellent composition.
TFS and best wishes, Ulla
I had this whole story written and then pushed a wrong button. So I'll start over again.
I like the way you used a natural frame to frame the famous Tetons. I am sure that this has not been done that often. I also like the color contrast raning from warm brown to cool grey. The saturation looks fine to me and still feels very realistic. The details in the right tree are great, except for the top right corner. But I think that the chosen aperture caused some drop in sharpnes in the second tree. I know that cloning is against the TOS, but I would be tempted to clone out that little twig alsmost touching the mountain.
- gracious (13068)
- [2008-10-19 13:56]
Thank you for sharing this awesome autumn window with us from the National Park!
the mountains from the far distance is really nice!
good sharpness, wonderful colour and details
- EOSF1 (23955)
- [2008-10-19 14:42]
Hello Evelynn! A beautiful and naturally framed composition. Perfect colors and a great exposure. Fantastic image!
- mbasil (3320)
- [2008-10-26 4:09]
Our favorite mountains, and you've added a lovely frame! I like the colors, too. vey inventive, Evelynn!
Although I don't doubt Niek, for my two cents the image seems crisp throughout. But maybe it's the 14 inch monitor I'm using on my laptop.