Call it the light at the end of the tunnel or the fog at the end of the row of trees. One thing for certain if you want to grow these trees for sale you have to grow them straight. One bambo shoot per tree in this whole plantation.
I posted this photo to show the variety of color in this row. And to the right in the next row over is where this previous photo was taken. I returned to this row of trees on a sunny day to take more photos. I found the sunlight was too harsh compared to the soft lighting in the fog. At any rate enjoy!
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rychousmama (0) 2006-10-18 23:03
This is incredible! Wonderful POV with the tree tunnel and I like the hazy, gray tone to the lighting. Very dream-like. Thanks for sharing!
thebecky (688) 2006-10-18 23:05
Wonderful. I love this Autumn series. This shot is fantastically well executed with it's perfect symmetry, beautiful range of Autumn colours, the mystical fog and the light at the end of the tunnel.
jwmunro (286) 2006-10-18 23:14
Hello Paul -
What a wonderful image. I love the straight rows of trees, the fall colors, and the fog. The fog makes the image a bit on the mysterious side. Excellent composition with exposure, DOF, and sharpness right on the money. Well done!!
Thank you for sharing
tigra (2968) 2006-10-18 23:30
Wonderful autumn view.
The perspective of the tree tunnel is dreamy and alluring.
Good POV, nice colors.
Cormac (26563) 2006-10-18 23:32
This must be one of your favourite subjects, because I seem to recall some earlier shots of these rows of trees. I like the repetition of the trees, and the way they seem to make almost a tunnel of leaves. Great colour too. Excellent!
excited (143) 2006-10-19 0:34
Paul, very neat shot, i have seen a few others of yours of this tree farm and all in all i like the effects of lines,patterns,color and the fog of course. not too sure which shot i like best there all pretty cool looking, thanks
pboehringer (770) 2006-10-19 1:00
This image could be included in any photography book to teach about perspective technique. You got the perfect symmetry between the two rows but than an assymmetry with the adjacent rows. Great work!
Atousa (7131) 2006-10-19 1:07
Its really a beautiful autumnal shot.
I like the perspective ,rows of trees, leaves in different colours and fog in the end.
Nice dreamy shot
besnard (54775) 2006-10-19 1:41
Très belle composition aux couleurs d'automne. Cette allée d'arbres est bien saisie et même le regard au loin vers la brume.
Merci pour le partage et bonne journée.
lolo73 (969) 2006-10-19 1:48
Very impressive perspective with automnal colours anf fog in background. I just discovered your gallery. Great every pictures.
Thanks for sharing
Graal (99762) 2006-10-19 2:59
great oerspective, fine composition, colours and light. I like it. Well done photo.
Floydian (30970) 2006-10-19 3:47
A classic view, but for a lot of people who know nothing about perspective and composition a superb example how to deal with this.
The colours are amazing in this soft light...truly wonderfull.
ChrisJ (103453) 2006-10-19 4:43
A textbook case of diminishing linear perspective with vanishing point, enhanced by the repetition of the trees & superb Autumn colors. Tfs!
jasmis (57906) 2006-10-19 4:53
Excellent shot using almost full symmetry. Amazing colours, smart note. Perfect! Thanks for sharing. Regards.
teutza (10590) 2006-10-19 4:56
very geometrical autumn image!great colours!!very good POV!
jhm (143391) 2006-10-19 6:07
Autumn and foggy two elements for a beautiful picture, you took a excellent subject with very nice colours and excellent perspective, splendid place for a good strolls this periode of year! Thanks for sharing.
Have a nice day,
binita (464) 2006-10-19 6:24
excellent shot. you have nicely captured the regular symmetric pattern. good POV. the misty weather, the colour of the leaves, the green tone everything is very good.
GLEM (3004) 2006-10-19 6:30
une image très graphique. Les rappels de lignes verticales donnent toute la profondeur à l'image, avec au bout du tunnel la lumière.
cunejo200 (7281) 2006-10-19 8:39
A wonderful fall image superbly captured. Gorgeous lines and colors. Bravo. Cheers,
anesugur (18789) 2006-10-19 9:14
A great shot with deep perspective and good composition, beautiful colors...
Best regards. Uğur
john_c (24666) 2006-10-19 10:35
An autumn gem of a shot. Great symmetry and perspective in this finely cropped photo. You captured a myriad of subtly different fall hues here, Paul. The hint of mist certainly enhances. Well captured.
carper (96) 2006-10-19 12:26
very good one Paul,
those are fantastic colours a fantastic autumn shot, good point of view and a fantastic perspective, good photo, good job.
Ann75 (0) 2006-10-19 15:07
Great that you are continuing with these fall shots, I love them! I like how the ground is covered in these beautiful leaves which open up to these rows of trees. The foggy look is a great addition to this photo and gives it an amazing atmosphere. Great details and colours. Excellent work, Paul!
leo61 (0) 2006-10-19 15:16
Great shot of this tree nursery.There is a great depth given by the repetition and the light at the end of this natural tunel.The palet of autumnal colors is fantastic.
TheMystic (912) 2006-10-20 13:54
This is more colorful than the previous picture and almost looks like it was taken earlier rather than later. The difference of course is the sun, whereas the other picture looks more like a november shot.
Very enjoyable series, a 'mystical' view of solitude and contemplation.
robertbartolome (270) 2006-11-09 20:13
This is a great shot! Excellent composition and the DOF is perfect. Wish there are places like this where I am at now and I also wish I can take take this kind of beautiful shot.
You have a lot of posts and I will try to look at all of them because I'm fairly new at photograpy and I'm sure I will learn a lot from your photos.
- Copyright: Paul Enns (PJE) (20758)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-10-14
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Canon EOS 300D, Canon 50 f1.8
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Fall Color [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2006-10-18 22:53