Hello friends in TE,
Happy new year to all and may there be great photos for all of us to share.
Trekks Bill visited me in my hometown and we shared great stories and shoot together with Foozi at some of the beautiful places around the northern states. I would like to thank Bill, a fine photographer and a great character to be with. Hope to see you again soon.
Thanks for viewing!
Nikon FE2 | 50mm 1.4 Ai-S
Fuji Superia 100
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phwall (6785) 2010-01-01 0:47
It must have been a lot of fun to be in company with Bill and Foozi, I missed Bill in Melbourne but I'll catch him sooner or later.
Is this a noxious weed or local vegetation, we have something similar here that is a real pest.
Good qualities for your capture although the gray sky tends to over power the subject.
All the very best to you and your family for 2010, I hope for you that the New Year brings you health, happiness and lots of good laughs.
Amaz (11475) 2010-01-01 1:07
Fine cature, Jusni!!
Wonderful composition and amazing colours!!
Very well taken!!
All the best for you and yours in 2010!!
siamesa (27739) 2010-01-01 3:11
Bom dia Jusni
Finally a photo of you in this time.
I really like it . These yellow leaves make a nice effect in these stones.I really liked it.
Feliz Ano Novo
npecanhuk (64204) 2010-01-01 3:15
Very nice picture with that sharp fg with those rocks and plants and the blurred bg that enhances the elements you wanted to highlight in a very attractive compositions! Exposure and colors also please me a lot!
TFS - congratulations!
A very HAPPY 2010 to you, your family and friends!
belido (19934) 2010-01-01 3:55
at first I wish you and your family a great 2010...lots of good photographies! Nice to see you shooting with film. Few ones do that and I really appreciate your effort in an era dominated by digital. Very good composition, clever idea to emphasise the plant instead of showing us the seascape. It make this unique and very particular. I like it a lot!
foozi (7101) 2010-01-01 5:33
I did not expect you to produce this view. The yellow creepers give a good contrast to the rugged rock.
The perspective too plays an important part in making the landscape different and catchy.
trekks (14348) 2010-01-01 5:50
谢谢，我感谢您, merci, mersi thank you, arigato! It has been my dream to come visit you from the day I saw photos of Kodiang and you have been on my path to cross since 2 years ago. Now it finally crosses again after your Kuching trip. What else to say except that we have more similarities and common things to share and your beautiful wife has been a strong anchor to that. I see happiness in that home. Yes. And I like what I see.
This one must have escaped my notice but your film is really enhancing an otherwise boring rock face on the coastal side. I would not think any of my digital shots could compare and give justice to this beautiful composition and capture of just a side of the road, but your masterful skill has rendered it to become a beauty.
The green and yellow hues are making me drool and I shall look forward to take your kind advice of using my Olympus OM-2 soon. A challenge I will take to appreciate your friendship. And please if you can, stop the puffing :))
I am not sure how you did it with f/1.4 but this DOF is fantastic. It is becoming like an artwork when I see this.
I have to admire your dedication and passion to photography and now that I have seen 40 film cameras in your cabinet, I have to salute you. You have taught me a lot of things and ways since 2 years and I remain humbly grateful. Sharing, yes. I will.
Meet again, yes, it shall be. Perhaps with film :)
Adios! All my best wishes for happiness, love and HEALTH.
Take great care, bill
Urs (14082) 2010-01-01 19:50
Interesting idea to welcome 2010 - I hope you are not suggesting more rain then sunshine??? It's a fine shot with nice pastel colors and high sharpness. Currently we have a mixed bunch sunshine and rain in Bangkok, what is not usual for the "winter" season. Yes I read your and Bill's note, let's hope that we all three meet in 2010, what do you think?
Warm regards from Bangkok
alftrek (3270) 2010-01-01 21:51
OMG!You have 40 film cameras in your cabinet! That speaks volumes of your long experience in photography. It is no wonder that you can see such an interesting POV from the seemingly boring foreshore protection. The noxious weeds add great colours to the rocks.
Best wishes to you and family in 2010.
leonorkuhn (16235) 2010-01-02 4:18
A beautiful picture scanned with great quality. Excellent use of DOF. Very good color and clarity.
A Happy New Year to you and your family!
Graal (96760) 2010-01-02 23:37
good idea and shot. Fine effect of low POV. Amazing nature. Well quality of scan. I like it.
Happy New Year!
- Copyright: Jusni Nasirun (jusninasirun) (17160)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2009-12-29
- Categories: Daily Life, Nature
- Camera: Nikon FE2, Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 Ai-S, Fuji Superia 100
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): I shoot film [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2009-12-31 23:08