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Moody Blue's

Moody Blue's
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Copyright: Lauren MacIntosh (Seawolf66) (0)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2007-05-20
Categories: Trees
Exposure: f/8, 1/1.25 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2007-06-03 22:30
Viewed: 5680
Points: 14
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
My Camera Efix file for the date is off ,have reset since I got home::
as for the foto, I think its a good message for ourselfs as to what will hjappen if we continue to corupt our land, and then all we will have to look is this foto!!

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This is a very interesting photo...while it might depict the corruption of the land, there is something artistically lovely about it.
This is after a fire?

Did the sunlight through the smoke create the blue misty coloration?

very dark feeling
great composition and "atmosphere"

aleks ;)
welcome on tn


This is a good example of duotone: a nature scene in blue and black. The mood is definitely strong here.
The message of "corrupt our land" is not well supported here, as this looks more like a forest that has suffered a fire than suffered industrial pollution.
anyway, I posted a workshop to show a B&W rendition.

Massa, massa, massa!!!
Parabéns pelo registro.. muito legal ... e lembra os velohs filmes pantanosos!!!

  • PamF (8)
  • [2007-07-11 14:16]

Excellent composition. A really moving piece of work!

What a art: making something beautiful out of something ugly in the first place. How interesting.

Nice first post, Lauren, and welcome to TN! Great lines and the blues are really powerful and reinforce the mood. A couple of possible improvements might be to show more of the tree at left both on top and bottom, instead of cropping them off. Otherise, however, nicely seen and shown.

Hi Lauren,
A very warm welcome to TN. A beautiful first posting, keep up the good work, well done.

Wow. I love this color of blue. Great POV and thought behind this shot. Amen to the distruction of our planet. Keep the photos coming



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