- joey (24909)
- [2007-09-03 6:47]
a nice capture of this beautiful scene.
The golden tree stands out very well.
Sharp and detailed.
- angybone (7684)
- [2007-09-03 6:52]
I can pick out your photos now without even seeing your name. :)
I love the distinctive style...that makes a photographer - his own style!
- go2stones (1279)
- [2007-09-03 7:41]
Once again, excellent views of beautiful scenery from the northwest! You make us want to move out there! But as you point out, there are dangers included with the beauty. Even the ticks. Well done.
- garyfudge (1098)
- [2007-09-03 10:37]
It isn't just gold that hidden away there Bob, but all sorts of beautiful colours.
I love forests and I love all the different colours contained within and the way the light plays with them.
A lovely shot of un-spoilt nature.
- c_rapp (738)
- [2007-09-03 12:50]
The textures the colors the amazing pov! Beauty found everywhere. Love the lines of branches here and the whoosh of greenery there. A good painting feel to it. TFS
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2007-09-03 19:42]
un trésor trouvé dans le fin fond du bois (rire),
première place où va mon oeil dans la photo
c'est cette arbre en jaune entouré par les verts
joli cadrage en vertical, ça nous fait voir la hauteur des arbres
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2007-09-03 20:16]
this is one of your trademark shots and you have this ability to spot the hidden beauty which most of the people may ignore,
very nice colours and the contrast between the green anf the golden leafs, nice pov, beautiful composition,
tfs & regards
- jmirah (4687)
- [2007-09-04 3:14]
Nice view of the forest from above. Lovely colors and a fine POV. Well captured.
- gannu (14759)
- [2007-09-04 3:15]
Bob what a shot. I just remember our forest in India while we pass through the railway track. This is just superb. What I like is the yellow tree in the middle. Ganesh
I've said it before, but it constantly amazes me how someone can look at a bunch of trees and see a picture. Not just a random picture of tree parts, but a picture that's well composed and executed. I guess this is a bit like impressionist art; we look at it and can see that it works, but we don't quite know why. However, we do know when it doesn't work. The answer must be having a instinct for good composition; rather than an understanding of the rules of composition; the difference between seeing and feeling and thinking and planning. Any views?
- Silke (5458)
- [2007-09-04 13:10]
Great capture of the true wilderness. There is nothing citified or tame about the simple reality of this
- nglen (36145)
- [2007-09-05 13:49]
Hi Bob. The one tree stands out so well against the grren of the others. a very good compostion. with good detail .well done tFS.
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2007-09-08 14:47]
"... The dead dry trees left behind are a very big problem every fire season. They ignite quickly and in groves as rapidly as the wind they create a firestorm of immense proportions.....spreading to the lively good green trees and propagating into weather...it is after all a part of the cycle..."
So, why live there now??? At my age, now, I would not dare do what you are doing.
YOU HAVE "GUTS".
Lovely photo. Great DETAILED notes. I could 'see' far beyond your image just because of your notes. WHAT A GREAT WRITER.!!! Such talent.!!!
Bob, when are you coming to Canada? You said September. It will soon get FAR too cold. Hurry up, my friend.
Great photo opportunities here.
Greetings from your 'gutless' pal.