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Wet Winter at Last


Wet Winter at Last
Photo Information
Copyright: Barry Povey (bazzap) Silver Note Writer [C: 7 W: 2 N: 43] (377)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2009-08-29
Categories: Rain Forest
Camera: Canon EOS350D/Digital Rebel XT
Exposure: f/8, 2 seconds
Details: Tripod: Yes
More Photo Info: [view]
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2009-10-02 17:36
Viewed: 3924
Points: 8
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Australia, Victoria, Kyneton, Black Hill Reserve.
In my region of Australia we have had the best September rains for 10 years.
At last I can walk early in the fog and rain and know that the ground is soaked and more rain will be run-off into the dams. The bark, dropped by the trees in summer, is saturated and starting to be the site for decay and fungi. The air is fresh and invigorating. Spring growth will be stunning and the wild flowers are starting to make their presence felt with vigour.

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hello Barry
interesting scene,very good output!
TFS thanks for sharing
Nasos

Hello Barry !
What a wonderful picture ! I really love the sad mood of this picture - fog, naked and dying trees, dull colors... Wonderful atmosphere. I also like the details you managed to capture throughout the whole picture. Composition and POV are both just perfect. Very well done !
Valérie.

Hello Barry,
Excellent landscape, wonderful colours and strange atmosphere.
A very good composition.
Marius.

Hi Barry,

Excellent photo, misty and strange looking forest. great stuf, very good light and composition.

Cheers and thanx for sharing!

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