- tuslaw (19883)
- [2010-01-04 18:47]
It's nice to know that they are protecting wetlands like this in your area. I have seen many swamps and wetlands drained for housing developements here in Ohio since I was a kid. This looks like a haven for many critters to live in throughout the year.
You have photographed it nicely and have shown it with wonderful detail, color and exposure!!
- bobair (44)
- [2010-01-04 19:39]
I like the note that accompanies your photo as it is wonderful to know that wetlands are protected and respected in your neck of the woods,too bad I can't say the same where I live.I wish I had ten areas of wetlands to scope out when out photoing wildlife and plants as for me at least,those places are more interesting than anything man-made,hands down.
This photo is an interesting shot showing green living plants(they are alive,I presume)and last summer's and fall's former living brown plants.I am amazed at the depth of field with almost of the image in sharp focus and at f/2.8 at that.The animals are there in the area to be sure and often I go out and encounter the same seeming barren scenes as well and oddly enough a day later so many creatures will be around that photoing them becomes a chore.Where do they go when they don't seem to be around.A fine time of the season shot with good colour and well focuses details.There is a dark side to weather conditions that make for just such a shot and that is sickness,flus and colds are more common when the land is damp and cold.I like winter to be cold but not overly so,a good temperature around -5F the whole winter through is ideal but with the rain you speak of my joints would be nagging at me too much for it to be enjoyable.Thanks for sharing.
- Mikolaj (4452)
- [2010-01-05 0:19]
Hello Robert! Nice stream. Good POV and exposure. Very good colours. Superb contrast and sharpness. Well done!
- maurydv (36428)
- [2010-01-05 1:01]
very interesting picture and note, the natural wetlands are universal estate, but ....the money makes one short-sighted; good sharpness and splendid natural colours, very well composed.
- roges (6264)
- [2010-01-05 2:19]
above all a warm HAPPY NEW YEAR! with good health, happiness and all you want you and your loved ones.
Thank you very much for your time in 2009 for visits made by my gallery and for the comments beautiful that you've written.
It appears that starting in 2010 right where you left it in 2009 with a beautiful landscape, congratulations.
Have a good day,
- anel (40574)
- [2010-01-05 4:07]
This kind of areas are in general full of life, once you look a little bit closer..happy to read that they are protected. I like this kind of places, mix of water and fine grasses. Your picture shows a very natural place where I can easily imagine Bob Shannon walking around.. you have chosen a fine point of view too.
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2010-01-05 5:13]
Ciao Bob, lovely view of wetlands, good composition splendid natural colors, very well done my friend, ciao Silvio
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2010-01-05 8:02]
a beautiful landscape photo of the wetland, shot with always
fine POV, DOF, with the stream giving a perspective effect,
beautiful warm luminosity and colour tones of the photo, TFS
- jaycee (25460)
- [2010-01-05 15:54]
I would love to see Cheney and its surroundings one day - but not in the winter. No wetlands in dry Arizona! A wonderful shot - I love the curve of the water. I'm surprised to hear you are snow free.
- Luis52 (15809)
- [2010-01-05 18:26]
I whish I colud walk arroun here in Your company My friend, and see by My self those beautiful places You know.
Excellent photo, lots of fine details and colors.
- PaulH (13882)
- [2010-01-06 12:17]
You must have our rain and us your snow Bob! Still, this is a nice, details image that shows the subject well and has nice rudty tones. I like the snaking water in the background, your composition has created good depth, nicely done!
- angybone (7684)
- [2011-01-30 15:08]
Wonderful composition. Love the "meander". There's always something very pleasing about any "S" in a photo. :D