birch and gap

by Arnold Wolfgang

birch and gap fir grass trunk tree bark seeking critiq arnold wolfgang

Gallery: Landscapes

Tags: birch fir grass gap trunk tree bark seeking critique

Category: Landscape

Exif Information:
Model : NIKON D90
Date Time Original : 2011-11-01 13:50:24
Focal Length : 62/1
Exposure Time : 1/640
F Number : 5.6
Iso Speed Ratings : 200
Metering Mode : 5
Focal Length In35mm Film : 93
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000
Software : Aperture 3.2.3

Published: Monday 26th of March 2012 07:47:36 PM


Stephen Penland

Some can be visually appealing, others not as much.

Thomas K.

Very nice image. Symmetry occurs everywhere, do not fight it with "3-rds rule" - embrace it. Good luck.

Bruegel Kuiseb

... in dimidio stat virtus... might be, Hi...

Wolfgang Arnold

big thanks for all your recent, insightful and encouraging comments! Glad, you picked also this older for feedback, as it received some mixed comments but I also still like it.

cheers, Wolfgang

Marjolein M.

I like your spirit too -- keep on experimenting! :-)  I appreciate the boldness of the composition, Wolfgang.  I also like the slight 'echoed graphic effect' of the triangular indentations on the birch's bark & that of the evergreens beyond...

Wolfgang Arnold

Many thanks for your comments! Yes, this is a bit off mainstream but I like to experiment every now and then - and instead of simply taking "depicting" landscape photos I try to find abstractions, correlations and patterns which might not be too obvious.

Well, and sometimes it works and sometimes not :-)

cheers, Wolfgang

Stephen Penland

Wolfgang, I like your spirit.  That's where really great landscape photos come from.

Trisha Jean-Angela

I like the composition very much; the division of the two sides by the birch trunk and the group of trees on either side - it's as if the birch is standing in as referee. Lovely image and great eye to see it! Thank you for sharing. :)

Wolfgang Arnold

many thanks - I'm happy about your comment, because it's the first since ages to this photo and of course, because positive and shows that my idea at least worked to some extent!

Markku Salonen

I must confess having been looking at this gem loooong time ago, but now it's time to applaud for this one.

Wolfgang Arnold
Sometimes symmetries... ...simply occur.

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