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Lone Tree In B&W Series
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.jackygroen
09/06/06 9:35 PM GMT
I really like the atmosphere of this picture and the way you've presented it, good work !

Jacky
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::Anita54
09/06/06 11:25 PM GMT
A very moving post Verena with lots of emotion. The tree branches at the bottom looks like they're trying to 'bend' in teh breeze like sometimes we have to in life. Very nice post and it's great in black/white. Thanks for this one.
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::Hottrockin
09/06/06 11:58 PM GMT
Riveting piece of art V!! Minimalistic and simply, yet, very powerful in thought!! Such an artist of many canvases you are in mind, body, spirit and soul!!
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Picture Purrrfect . A purrrfect world is what we all want, but, seems too unobtainable. If I've viewed and commented on your post, and you liked my remarks then NO THANKS is needed...just getting to see your wonderful work is thanks enough for me!! Also BIG thanks to all who check out my work!! I appreciate any and all comments & feedback!!
::marilynjane
09/07/06 12:24 AM GMT
Hi Verena, this image is lovely and sadly to say, can be symbolic of so many things, so many of us feel so much of the time, can't it? I bet you had this analysis in mind when you posted this beauty! It makes me feel that the tree's aloneness is something he would like to change and doesn't know how! My written words would make you think that this is my present mood, but isn't, I am happy to say! However, it arouses in me a feeling of uneasiness! Trees that stand alone, and are posted for sharing, can deliver a subliminal message from their author, I hope this one doesn't! I wouldn't want that message from my friend! I hope things are going fine with you Verena! It is a positively beautiful image, and done so very well, by an expert! I just love it! High marks from me when we meet again! Sincerely, Marilyn
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::phasmid
09/07/06 12:57 AM GMT
Everyone has been so moved by this lovely and evocative piece of work I am not immune, but much has been said already. I can tell you what I liked about this work from an artistic point of view, and that includes the way you've given it to us in black and white, which I think was the wisest choice. Color would have destroyed the strong mood you are conveying. The somber mound this subject is sitting on is curious in that it also sets the stage for the theme of alone, for one can only think that when whatever usually grows in this field is in full season, this solitary tree is standing a little above and aloof from its companions in the field. That it is so far away from the other dark sentinels in the background bolsters your presentation...but there is one intriguing note to this and that is although the subject is indeed alone, there is promise in all the stark, bare branches and twigs of a new beginning in the spring when it will no longer be alone, but host to a wonderful variety of leaves, nuts, birds or whatever else it produces and attracts when life begins to stir anew. So, yes, I get the feeling of alone, and yes, even in high summer it will be alone, but it certainly will be entertaining a lot of its own company, and sometimes that can be the best....and despite my best efforts I strayed from the artistic to the emotive comment :)))
:) PJ
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::farmgirl_pml
09/07/06 1:17 AM GMT
A wonderful presentation Verena ... simple but yet stunning. The B/W is perfect for this image. Excellent work.
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::laurengary
09/07/06 1:29 AM GMT
Very dramatic shot Verena ! Beautifully done !
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::sasraku
09/07/06 1:45 AM GMT
Can't say no more than the rest above.....wonderful.

Mark.
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.tealeaves
09/07/06 1:45 AM GMT
Wow, Verena, I'm speechless! But this tree definately speaks poetry. I love the b/w with this type of photo. Thanks for posting it my friend. Into my favs without a doubt :)
Lori
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.priyanthab
09/07/06 4:07 AM GMT
Hi Verena. You have come up with a beautiful and artistic creation today. This is so nice to see and cherish. I see the tree like an old man abandoned by his loved ones. The colors speaks a lot in this theme.
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::DigiCamMan
09/07/06 4:24 AM GMT
A nice moody picture, well done.
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::colocolor
09/07/06 4:59 AM GMT
Excellent composition and use of black and white. anne :-)
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+ppigeon
09/07/06 6:30 AM GMT
Agree with the other comments, Verena. Lone trees are always attractive. Very well done!
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.postaldude66
09/07/06 7:41 AM GMT
Excellent image here Verena. Im glad you gave no description.. even though the meaning is clear.. interpretation of what that exactly means is open. Its got a nice range of tones, and good contrast.. and works as a simple image with a strong conceptual backing. Nice work.
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::Dunstickin
09/07/06 8:10 AM GMT
Lovely Composition V......and very reminiscent of the present!
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::foofoo
09/07/06 7:00 PM GMT
This photo just speaks volumes Verena. Very beautiful indeed,
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::Terrydel
09/07/06 9:09 PM GMT
Wonderful picture that should be on my wall! Very effective image in b/w - great choice.
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::dutch_postings
09/07/06 9:28 PM GMT
Great great image, and i am very pleased that it is set in black and white.
Well done, and thank your for this fine posting.

Hans.
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.AmNeSiA
09/09/06 12:56 AM GMT
This is an excellent photograph. I love the look of the tree in the foreground with the mountains over looking the long grass. I love the cloud formations too. The black and white theme is perfect for this image. Excellent work
Jason
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.arnli
09/09/06 4:39 PM GMT
Words fail me, really complete beautiful.
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::salhag71
09/10/06 8:55 AM GMT
A very scenic piece of work with great perceptive , made even better by the use of b/w
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.SDLewis
09/14/06 9:49 PM GMT
I am enjoying previewing all your B&W photo's... Sorry I don't comment on all of them but its hard to keep up with you.. Not complaining though, I hope you don't care but I use some of your ideals as inspiration for my B&W experiments which I have discussed with you.... You certainly have a keen eye for composition... Keep them coming...
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.kaisharis_s
11/02/06 8:29 AM GMT
B/W rocks, great silhoutte...it defo works. good stuff
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.ericfx
07/05/07 10:56 PM GMT
very very nice. well composed, and nice framing.
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.Eubeen
11/02/09 2:40 AM GMT
Great B&W shot. Nicely captured.
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