Wind in the Woods

wind in the woods long exposure

Wind in the Woods

Perhaps most intriguing of all is that it is possible to photograph what is impossible for the human eye to see – cumulative time. – Michael Kenna

6 Comments

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    george 15/03/2013

    Great quote for a great picture, that spells out exactly what you’ve achieved. The organised chaos of the branches and flowing sky emanate a nice sense of mystery

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    Focales 16/03/2013

    Magnificent this big curtain of trees treated in a magnificent black and a white. The sky is fabulous !

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    yvan 16/03/2013

    Wonderful capture of a demanding scene. Could just grab the branches!

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    Christopher 16/03/2013

    Breathtaking scene Dave–I’m mesmerized by the beautifully delicate terminal branches.

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    Arnd 17/03/2013

    Fantastic scene and mood. Love your skilful use of motion blur.

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    andrey samolinov 17/03/2013

    Very beautiful and expressive! Like aspect, sharpness of branches and soft sky movement
    Great work

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