Out of the woods (2)


jvs

Link Posted 25/04/2020 - 17:46
Another morning walk I hadn't done for ages. A bit hazy, but I preferred to leave it that way rather than try to process it out. I've chosen these mostly to illustrate the way land lies in our area - up and down as far as the eye can see. All with K-1 and DFA 28-105. Please feel free to comment. Hope you like them!

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John

LennyBloke

Link Posted 25/04/2020 - 17:50
Some nice shooting there John

I like the classic nature of 3, 5 & 7 in particular
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cardiffgareth

Link Posted 27/04/2020 - 13:12
2, 3 and 7

2 & 3 - Love the hills in the distance that fade just to shades, these would look killer with a sunset or just after when they'll be lovely hues

7 - I like the scale to this, part of me wonders what it'd look like with the sky cropped and removed
Gareth
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MrB

Link Posted 27/04/2020 - 15:02
Number 7 - great depth to the composition, in two of its three dimensions!

Philip

PRYorkshire

Link Posted 27/04/2020 - 15:49
Its no. 10 for me, the lambs giving foreground interest, the water in the middle distance and then I like the way the hills layer away into the far distance. Brings back memories of walks I have done in the area.

Paul
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jvs

Link Posted 27/04/2020 - 22:56
Thanks for your comments - very interesting.
Gareth, I know what you mean about ďshadesĒ in the distance and Iím pleased you make that point as itís just what I try to capture with images like these. Iím not so sure about cropping out the sky in 7 though - I think the short section of road winding up to the tiny buildings on the skyline helps emphasise the depth from top to bottom. I suspect thatís Philipís point, too.

Paul, Iím glad you see 10 the way I wanted. I wondered if the lambs might be a bit naff but they do bring something to the foreground, donít they.
John
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