This was taken near hurricane ridge in Olympic National Park. This guy and a doe quietly grazed while I stood close by. It was amazing how unaffected they were by my presence.
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jjcordier (75562) 2006-08-30 0:53
Good landscape. A very nice scene, wellcomposed. Excellent DOF
fserajian (2295) 2006-08-30 1:06
This is an excellent shot, a very effective OV and DOF. I admire the colours and view. TFS
kittyhawk (1692) 2006-08-30 1:09
Very nice scene. I really like the composition with the animal to give it a bit of scale. Very nicely captured. Great work. TFS.
UlfE (14641) 2006-08-30 1:15
A very impressive scence. Very good POV, light and colors.
Kirych (2703) 2006-08-30 1:58
Excellent nature panorama. Wonderful peaceful atmosphere. Good composition, colors and lignt.
bibs69 (3251) 2006-08-30 2:52
Very beautiful. The vertical is composition is excellent with thes different levels and the light is well managed.
Best regards, Laurent.
Guenther (10915) 2006-08-30 2:55
it's already a great landscape shot with the snowy peaks, dark wood and the green grass. The nice doe gives an extre interest to the pic. Very well done, TFS.
catmountain (1111) 2006-08-30 3:01
Superbe image, bien cadrée avec différents plans parfaitement mis en valeur. Bravo
rossofuoco (7385) 2006-08-30 3:16
Bella composizione. Il fuocoe la nitidezza dell'immagine è impressionante.
daddo (23793) 2006-08-30 5:56
Hi Derrald. Amazingly clear and detailed, from the grass in the foreground to the mountain peaks in the far distance. Wonderful homage to nature and its beauty.The light you caught is also very evocative in its subtlety. Regards. Klaudio
celinaconroy (717) 2006-08-30 7:06
Having seen this image I would love to go walking there. The vertical works so well in this portrait frame. To be honest I can't add anything more...it's all been said. Beautiful work.
kebek (5438) 2006-08-30 14:53
Serwus Derrald !
This is a complete landscape' photo.
Professional in every detail. Brilliant.
I wish i could see a print of it.
natwald (0) 2006-08-31 11:37
How do you keep everything in focus at f/5.6? Take two pictures with two focus points? If not, do you focus on the foreground only? Do you do much PP?
- Copyright: Derrald FarnsworthLivingston (drfl) (1167)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2006-06-22
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Canon 20D, Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM, B+W 72mm Circular Polarizer
- Exposure: f/5.6, 1/20 seconds
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Favorites - landscapes 01 [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2006-08-30 0:30