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Uploaded: 11/26/06 5:21 PM GMT
Larches
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Taken with Nikon D70 - focal length 42 mm - F6,3 - 1/160 sec, during a beautiful sunny afternoon... :-)

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::mesmerized
11/26/06 5:25 PM GMT
Very striking perspective and rich dark tree color against the sky...and again, wonderful lighting...great shot and thanks for sharing the details.:Pat.
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::Papi11on
11/26/06 5:29 PM GMT
Wonderful capture of the feathery tree tops against the azure-blue sky. A really attractive image, and it looks super at full resolution. Well done!
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Anne-Marie
.dutch_postings
11/26/06 5:45 PM GMT
Very nice ! soft flowing colors all the way, it makes a good desktop for sure.
Thanks for the posting.
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.twinkel
11/26/06 6:07 PM GMT
looks nice the yellow against the bleu, well done

Twinkel
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laughter is the best medicine
::DigiCamMan
11/26/06 6:41 PM GMT
Nice perspective with just enough foof left on the trees to be interesting. Well done.
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.boremachine
11/26/06 7:07 PM GMT
the azur is amazing and the light and shadow contrast on the trees is just great :o)
Chris
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::cynlee
11/26/06 8:11 PM GMT
Everything has a warm, fuzzy glow. Ususally these shots are boring, but this one has lots of interest because of the colors and the softeness of the branches.
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&prismmagic
11/26/06 8:31 PM GMT
Very nice shot Pierre, very crisp.
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Art is the perception of the creator. Meaning is the perception of the viewer. acceptance is the perception of society.
+ppigeon
11/26/06 9:33 PM GMT
Thanks guys for the kind words :-)
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-Pierre-
::Neamh
11/27/06 12:37 AM GMT
Great perspective.The deep blue against the fine Larches is moving.
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&jojomercury
11/27/06 1:26 AM GMT
It pays to look up sometimes.Great shot mon ami!!
Peace&Respect Jojo
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::PatAndre
11/27/06 5:06 AM GMT
Striking and a most unusual capture. I like the perspective and the effect of the fluffy tree tops with their distinctive color. Well done.
Pat
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::Dunstickin
11/27/06 10:17 AM GMT
Yeah Pierre...I like the perspective of this too....Such a beautiful and clear image....Great post!
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::kodo34
11/27/06 3:36 PM GMT
Nice shot , makes a fine DT.
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.CraigBot
11/28/06 5:01 AM GMT
Crap, somebody already identified these as larch, but very nice shot nonetheless.
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I came to get down
.CraigBot
11/28/06 5:02 AM GMT
DOUBLE CRAP, thats the TITLE! wow i feel dumb.....
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I came to get down
.sansoni7
11/28/06 10:14 AM GMT
Marvelous perspective.
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Look around and catch it ; the Art is there !
.ArchieA
12/26/06 3:05 AM GMT
The feeling of height is absolutely astounding. Great pic. The subtle leafless branches further made the photo omnipotent. I love it.
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Booseh_ye_Irani
01/29/07 8:32 AM GMT
I Can Say, Thanks.
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.indian
07/09/07 6:45 AM GMT
Such a great capture, the contrast is perfect and such clarity. Thanks for sharing.
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"Nothing is more exhilirating than pointing out the shortcomings of others".
::danika
02/09/08 8:23 PM GMT
The trees look like gold tinsel set a gainst a beautiful blue sky. Love the perspective view ~ excellent capture. Faves.
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