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Collection: Outdoors & Landscapes
Date Uploaded: Sep 8, 2003

Viewed: 2222
Comments: 11
Favorites: 34 (view)


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07/06/2010 07:29:06 PM
Revisting my favs today...a couple years later and...STILL love it...
02/14/2007 02:21:51 AM
Would you please share the lense you used for this one?
12/22/2006 02:09:53 PM
Really neat!! Would make an impossible puzzle!!!
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10/14/2006 02:51:13 PM
WHOA that is some crazy business right there!!! WAY COOOOOOL! excellent work!
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06/15/2006 11:07:40 AM
This is much like the tonal perfection of Ansel Adams! This is by far, one of the best nature/landscape photos I have seen on DPC
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01/11/2006 07:51:28 PM
What an amazing picture. Reminds me of one of those "hidden picture" types that you find in books where if you stare hard enough there is another picture hidden within it.
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11/16/2003 08:47:44 PM
This is most awesome!
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11/16/2003 07:00:05 PM
I'm probably responsible for a share of the number of views (above). This photo has been on my short list of photos yet to be imitated. I have found suitable locations and subjects, but no way to produce such impeccable balance between the givens of the raw shots and the 'feel' of a final 'made' version.

One thing, I believe, I have learnt from looking at this image, is that each individual photo determines an appropiately individual manner of processing. Even though nature provides imagery, our conscious perception of it does benefit from a selective ' way of seeing' conducive to such profound delight.

Despite an (apparently) inconsequential loss of some detail due to bold contrasting, both image and subject retain their respective integrity. The vast perspective range given here, instead, seems to have been amplified by this process (the orderly flux of the stems dissolving into a sea of ears).

Despite so many words, the photo leaves as much of a mystery as it reveals.

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11/16/2003 01:00:27 PM
Very interesting contrast and 'design' in this one. It looks very illustrative.
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11/16/2003 12:05:11 PM
perfect composition - very nice !!

would grab the eye from a distance and keep you looking deeper into it.

09/12/2003 04:52:54 PM
Completely gorgeous - the contrast is just perfect. I'm a big fan of this kind of photo anyway, and it's an area of my own photography that could really do with some work. Lots of things to learn from this :-)

Message edited by author 2003-10-02 18:43:38.

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