Misty afternoon
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CDaescher
Registered: Jul 19, 2011
Total Posts: 11053
Country: Netherlands

I took this today at 13:15:22. It was impossible to see any surrounding mountains all day long.
Thanks for looking. Comments are always welcome.
Chris







GFountain
Registered: Jan 04, 2009
Total Posts: 497
Country: Canada

Nice capture Chris. Lovely scene. We got our first snow on the ground today in southern Ontario. About 1 cm. No turning back now

Greg



KCollett
Registered: Jul 02, 2010
Total Posts: 23772
Country: Canada

Cool looking trees! That is a neat image Chris. Well done.



tomandmarj
Registered: Jan 02, 2007
Total Posts: 8936
Country: United States

love the image,Chris. a good catch and excellent processing to give us the feel of the site.
regards, tom



CDaescher
Registered: Jul 19, 2011
Total Posts: 11053
Country: Netherlands

GFountain wrote:
Nice capture Chris. Lovely scene. We got our first snow on the ground today in southern Ontario. About 1 cm. No turning back now

Greg


Thank you Greg. We don't get much snow around here. Four weeks of the white stuff is unusual.
Last winter it snowed for one day and stayed for a week. Traffic went crazy anyway.
Chris



CDaescher
Registered: Jul 19, 2011
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Country: Netherlands

KCollett wrote:
Cool looking trees! That is a neat image Chris. Well done.


Thank you Ken.
Chris



CDaescher
Registered: Jul 19, 2011
Total Posts: 11053
Country: Netherlands

tomandmarj wrote:
love the image,Chris. a good catch and excellent processing to give us the feel of the site.
regards, tom


Thank you Tom.
Glad you love. I will try to process some more from this day.
Chris



lazlo369
Registered: Mar 01, 2004
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Country: United States

That is what I call first class photograpy



Charlie Shugart
Registered: Feb 06, 2007
Total Posts: 28515
Country: United States

So... how many hundreds of years have those trees been pruned all the way down to those huge trunks?
So... I've heard all the legends about the Dutch Alps, but in my several trips to your fine country I've never seen them .
Chris- this image is exquisite! Beyond exquisite... it is really swell .
99.99% perfect IMO. All it needs to become 100% perfect is to clone out the fence post and wires on the right.
As we say on the left side of the pond- "Jolly good show."
Charlie



CDaescher
Registered: Jul 19, 2011
Total Posts: 11053
Country: Netherlands

lazlo369 wrote:
That is what I call first class photograpy


Thanks a lot, Lazlo.
Now I don't dare to pose any more.
Chris



CDaescher
Registered: Jul 19, 2011
Total Posts: 11053
Country: Netherlands

Charlie Shugart wrote:
So... how many hundreds of years have those trees been pruned all the way down to those huge trunks?
So... I've heard all the legends about the Dutch Alps, but in my several trips to your fine country I've never seen them .
Chris- this image is exquisite! Beyond exquisite... it is really swell .
99.99% perfect IMO. All it needs to become 100% perfect is to clone out the fence post and wires on the right.
As we say on the left side of the pond- "Jolly good show."
Charlie


Well... those willow trees sure have been cut for many decades.
Well... if you travel south on a foggy day mountains WILL appear.
Thanks a lot Charlie for the good words. Almost made it to the 100%.
Chris