NZ's Native BUSH
- dew77 (13270)
- [2007-02-08 3:32]
Lovely capture.Well seen and composed.Details,lighting,POV and framing are excellent.Have a great day!
- fartash (5161)
- [2007-02-08 4:01]
What a great shot,
Perfect composition and DOF,
Yes Janice, it's really beautiful!!!
Fantastic place and wonderful country :-)
- Silke (5458)
- [2007-02-08 17:47]
Wow! The green just goes on forever! It would have made a very daunting sight for the first European visitors.
Great POV and details
- nainnain (6259)
- [2007-02-09 5:19]
parfait ce paysage, j' aime beaucoup le net devant et le flou qui arrive progressivement
félicitations et amitiès
Ys it is very beautiful! Such a lush and thick grow you have down there. I like the layers of hills foing back to the horizion line. Looks great!
Hey Janice, your "outback" is bigger than mine! ;)
Great shades of green with good detail. I like the POV showing ridge after ridge of outback here.
- mlines (3116)
- [2007-02-12 5:13]
Hi Janice. Good representation of NZ native bushland. The many treeferns look very good indeed. We used to call them Pongas? unsure if this is still the case. Good clarity and natural colours. TFS. Murray.
- claudine (0)
- [2007-02-13 6:10]
This is so luxuriant and green! I like this exposure and details you caught. Those notes are really interesting too. There are a little artifacts on the upper part in BG but hey, it don't really matter, just wanted to say :-) This is a very interesting post. Thanks,
- loot (11276)
- [2007-02-14 19:11]
Wow, if I did not know any better I would have thought this was taken somewhere in the tropics. What an awesome sight. There must surely be thousands of these majestic tree ferns scattered between the other lush vegetation, and it seems like the greenery just rolls on and on, layer after layer, until the eye meets the beautiful blue sky at the top of the frame.
The composition was excellently accomplished with the predominant bright green and well lit foreground that covers ±2/3 of the lower portion on the horizontal plane of the photo and the ±1/3 of the darker toned rolling hills in the BG. The colours are remarkable and the details are well defined and captured by the appropriate aperture.
Very well done and TFS.
- lemoineth (2286)
- [2007-02-17 21:03]
Belle photo, d' une nature sauvage et jolies,pleine de vie cachée. Amitiés Thomas
- LCannon (3107)
- [2007-02-18 6:01]
My, my a whole forest of ferns! They seem to go on forever too. I love all the green in this, the darks and lights showing off a really nice texture. Nice light and POV, well done.
- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2007-02-18 17:26]
Wow! It's amazing to see all those ferns in one shot, you captured them beautifully. The most ferns I've ever seen is on the Olympic rain forest penisula in Washington state but nothing even close to the numbers thats displayed in your picture. :)
- livios (16942)
- [2007-02-19 11:28]
Janice, of the greatest things about TN is to have the chance to know nature in other countries. I do enjoy it.
Simple and effective image. I like your note too.
- saguzar (7202)
- [2007-03-31 10:56]
A kind of picture usualy not posted in TN, but for me is very interesting, shows the natural environment of your country. A very well taken pic, I like the differents "bands" diminishing its shine and green.