ALMOST DEAD BUT STILL ALIVE
- roges (6264)
- [2009-11-16 13:14]
Ponownie bardzo piękny krajobraz wykonane i przedstawione. Beautiful szczegˇły.
- siggi (52850)
- [2009-11-16 14:01]
Natura z czasem sama sie zregeneruje jak juz w Twoim opisie napisales.Co prawda bardzo szkoda tych malych zyjatek ktore tez zgina.Dobry kadr.doskonala ostrosc pokazuje wszystko to co napisales.Pozdrawiam Siggi
- lousat (65489)
- [2009-11-16 15:20]
Hi Rado,the life is gone 10 years ago but now the life is back! It's a very nice idea this pic,and a excellent composition too,whit a great quality of sharpness and colors....and fantastics clouds in background.Thanks for share,have a nice day,Luciano
- foozi (25839)
- [2009-11-16 18:01]
I like seeing those leafless trees showing the features and patterns very well. I like the perspective depicted by your path too.
Well thought and excellently presented dramatic shot of yours.
Well done and best regards,
- oanaotilia (3416)
- [2009-11-17 4:06]
The silhouettes of the trees gave to the entire picture a mystical atmosphere. And I am glad to hear that are still alive. Overall, very interesting landscape and environment.
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2009-11-17 6:22]
I like this view, Radomir.
There is something elemental about it -- as if the earth were in its early phases of existence. The grey, cloudy sky is very eloquent in this landscape and lends a special quality of aloofness to it.
Well done and TFS.
- anel (40574)
- [2009-11-17 6:47]
A very interesting picture. I like the special atmosphere of this place, where life is struggling to come back. This kind of places seem to me very fascinating. I also like the fine colors, green, white and grey is most beautiful. Very well chosen point of view too with the bare space in the front.
Thanks a lot for picture and interesting note.
- uleko (10940)
- [2009-11-17 7:18]
Another lovely landscape from Sweden and Tyresta NP, a place I've never been to either even though it's near my old 'home' town. We certainly heard a lot about this fire and have followed reports about regrowth. I wonder if you found any beetles there?
Many thanks and best wishes, Ulla
- PaulH (13882)
- [2009-11-20 2:47]
i love the gloomy feel to this photo, it matches the feel of the dead forest. However, as you pointed out, this is not a long lived death, just natures way of rejuvination, as we can see in the re-growth.
A very interesting photo with a great note as always, well done my friend.
- maurydv (36428)
- [2009-11-20 2:57]
splendid landscape and interesting picture, very good sharpness and very beautiful natural colours, excellent wide angle perspective with a very good low POV, a very pleasing composition
- meyerd (7531)
- [2009-12-07 0:09]
as usual, your pictures present truly natural situations. A fire is not always human-made can be lighted by a thunderstorm. As you say, the picture presents the stages of regenerarion, even humus has to be restored. Nice dramatic setting with the clouds and the dead trees. Thanks also for the interesting info about the "fire-eating" insects :-)