Friday, November 4, 2016

taking in

the view


22 comments:

  1. I love this shot in b&w! The trees are in perfect contrast to each other.

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  2. Excelente trabalho fotográfico em preto & branco.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  3. My Irish friend and I often look at your blog together (she's the one who lived for a while in Killibegs)and we agree we must make a trip to Ireland... Love this photo in BW.

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  4. My Irish friend and I often look at your blog together (she's the one who lived for a while in Killibegs)and we agree we must make a trip to Ireland... Love this photo in BW.

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  5. A wonderful photograph. Lots of interest but the key factor is the light and play of light and shadow. Great job, Bill!

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  6. Oh la! I love everything about this shot Bill, the composition and light are brilliant!

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  7. To me this is aesthetically pleasing. I also like the light/shade, the view and the old trees.

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  8. Excellent shot. Love the old tree-----I like it all.
    MB

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  9. Ah yes! I can feel the peacefulness.

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  10. A perfect shot for black and white!

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  11. Very nice photo! Love the area.

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  12. A beautiful sad tree. The picture have a mood I love.

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  13. ...and what a nice view to take in!

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  14. This reminds me of a legendary Witch Tree in northern Minnesota. Find it on Wikipedia: The Witch Tree as it is commonly known, also called Manidoo-giizhikens, or Little Cedar Spirit Tree by the Ojibwa Indian tribe is an ancient Thuja occidentalis growing on the shore of Lake Superior in Cook County, Minnesota.

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