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Uploaded: 11/28/05 5:42 AM GMT
Standing Alone
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A lone tree in the late evening sunlight as it casts its last light over a very vast meadow in Yellowstone National Park.

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::verenabloo
11/28/05 6:50 AM GMT
What a gorgeous photo Michael! The simplicity of that one tree of course just brings out the grasses...and the dark background...is the big touch elegance! A most beautiful photo!! By the way, my friend, it's wonderful to see a posting of yours, its been a while!!!
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.priyanthab
11/28/05 7:05 AM GMT
This shot is mesmarizing starting from the thumbnail. Well done. What ever the manipulation you have done its awesome. Nice composition.
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.mum42
11/28/05 10:43 AM GMT
almost ghostly - another winner, Michael.
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::kodo34
11/28/05 10:48 AM GMT
Amazing pic and great composition , exellent work.
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have a nice day and read more fantasy.
::laurengary
11/28/05 2:44 PM GMT
Elegant in it's simplicity. Love this image, from the golden grass to the dark trees in the background. In a word, beautiful.
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::Jeffo
11/28/05 6:16 PM GMT
simply amaging i love the mystery to the background. mind me asking how long of a shutter speed you had to use to achieve this?
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.ekowalska
11/28/05 6:54 PM GMT
Yet another brilliant capture to support my thesis that we need a new photo category: trees. It seems so noble standing there alone in th middle of nowhere.
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::dreamer100
12/23/05 12:50 AM GMT
Incredible light that carries to the top of the tree and leaves the hills behind in full shadow. Love that late afternoon sun, it just sets everything on fire.
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+ppigeon
12/27/05 10:35 AM GMT
Stunning shot! How is the background so dark?
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&prismmagic
01/09/06 9:30 AM GMT
Stunning! another true tesy of nature. well captured.
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&prismmagic
01/09/06 9:31 AM GMT
Stunning! another true tesy of nature. well captured.
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::tadurham
02/09/06 3:34 AM GMT
Sometimes simple is best. The tones of the picture with the sun shining makes me think of springtime and other happy memories. It's amazing what a picture can do. Great work!
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.yetithebeast
02/09/06 4:54 PM GMT
wow! man thats a great shoot! my eyes were big like melons when your pic appared on my screen! 10/10
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.sunshiney1
02/16/06 10:55 PM GMT
Beautiful is the word....very enchanting....I love it!
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.lfrady
05/18/06 8:06 PM GMT
I feel lonely in this shot. There is a sence of saddness. Really great capture, though, and terrific color. It is very soft against the black background.
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::cemkarahan
08/05/06 1:21 AM GMT
The meadow has a blurry light glare over it. Which makes the lone tree swimming over a ghost water... İt has a mystic air to it. And the the forest far behind left in the shadow emphasizes the lonliness of the tree... Nice shot... Good composition... Congratulations...
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.Nukeman
02/07/08 7:46 PM GMT
Right into the Fav's for a future desktop,,,,,great job.
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.Jhihmoac
09/18/09 2:09 AM GMT
Gloomy, but well presented...Favs...
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+photoimagery
10/01/09 8:40 AM GMT
Thanks for your comments on "Standing Alone", I'm pleased you like it.
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