Almost Cascade of Colors
- angybone (7684)
- [2007-08-05 6:59]
Wonderful landscape - so many graceful curves and so many wonderful waterpaint colors. The variations of lighting throughout the photo add to the depth and overall beauty. :)
- pablominto (14563)
- [2007-08-05 7:23]
I find this landscape very attractive, with the mix of open fields and evergreens!
The autumn colours don't harm either, the few but shining bright yellow trees add nice contrast...
A well composed image with good lines, sharp fine details!
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2007-08-05 7:36]
nice to see your post after a week, this is a lovely landscape shot, the beautiful layers look nice, liked the pov and the composition too,nice framing,
tfs & regards
- jmirah (4687)
- [2007-08-05 8:37]
A beautiful scenic vista with great POV...Well captured...
- nglen (36145)
- [2007-08-05 8:42]
Hi Bob. Your landscapes are building a picture in my mind of area you live in and it looks a beautiful place. my eyes are taken up into the hills on this one.A very good range of colours.and detail.
well done TFs. great notes to read.
- fartash (5161)
- [2007-08-05 10:00]
Very intersting lighting here,
Perfect composition and DOF,
Superb shot,Great note.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2007-08-05 10:01]
A wonderful fall colored landscape which looks to be the central part of Washington state. I like the wonderful warm colors alot especially there were the sun illuminated them.
Your knowledge of the plants that grow there is great and of very good use to us all.
- carmia (2240)
- [2007-08-05 12:56]
beautiful landscape, good colours and sharpness. Have a nice day! Carme.
Watching something closely is the reality. And see it from a distance is the illusion. Let us think of a show. When you see your wife is returning home on a bicycle through the meadow, her pink gown and straw hat is flashing like her smile; it is illusion and you are thinking to hug her. But when she is in front of you with the punctured bicycle, which she had to ride while returning from market and the condition forced her not to go to the shop to purchase your cig, ..... then what you will feel is the reality. How you will encore that, the picture can help you.
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2007-08-05 18:22]
An excellent landscape. The many layers from bottom to top look great. Colors and tones look excellent across the entire composition. Good sense of depth. Beats the landscape around here all to @&$#
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2007-08-05 19:31]
Sounds like you are missing the old homestead and I can see why. Isn't it nice to have the photos though? I do like the autumn tones here and the sunlight on the aspen. Seems that pine beetle is laying waste to great swaths of landscape all over the west. I know that nothing stays the same but it is still hard to witness.
Thanks for sharing
Evelynn ; )
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2007-08-05 19:43]
Wow, this shot takes my breath away, Bob!
At the cusp of the sunlit zone in the upper half of the frame and the shadowed one in the lower half stand those three golden yellow trees that make my day.
I am absolutely floored by the sheer beauty of this grand landscape.
Many thanks for sharing this masterpiece, my friend.
- Heaven (7912)
- [2007-08-05 23:34]
Once again, a deep and inspiring combination of the picture and the text. English is not my mother-tongue, but reading your texts is pleasant and fascinating. I almost forget to look at your picture then, but feel that I already have it in me and also feel the interaction between them.
With my pictures, I also do slideshows. I don't only use music to underline them, but also texts I write. Some people - even most of them - like this and think it's an improvement for the show. A few think they are too much conducted by the text and their liberty of interpretation is reduced. I personally think that it simply depends of what we want: express with a picture and a text our feelings and try to send a defined message, or leave it up to the spectator which message he can get from the picture.
I like your deep comments that accompany your pictures.
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-08-06 9:46]
WHat a fantastic scenery! I love the DOF, the sharpness and the colours in this magnificent shot. Those rolling hills are amazing!
TFS and regards, Ulla
- BillyGoat (4827)
- [2007-08-06 17:13]
Beautifully described Bob. I've used Yarrow myself on a few occasions; primarily as a tea.
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2007-08-10 15:33]
Is "THIS" PARADISE???
The colours..... man oh man. Out of this world, my friend.
What on earth are you putting in your morning coffee???
Your images are truely getting RICHER AND RICHER.!!!
Your Canadian Buddy.