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first winter scenery of beech forest

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these are the first winter days in this region and searching for a scenery of light snow and mist I kept roaming for a while and further up the hills a quiet deserted scenery was unfolding.

 

Light was already fading a bit and a light drizzling started.

 

Canon 5D MKII and my favourite R-Elmarit 60mm lens was mounted. Exposure with my favourite aperture 5.6 for these low light cases and 1/15 sec ISO 200 + polarizer.

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Iduna,

 

A beautiful dreamy shot with wonderful mood and atmosphere. I almost feel the drizzle on my face, smell the fresh cold air and hear the tree limbs creaking in the wind. A lovely place to be.

 

Paul

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Paul,

 

thanks for sharing the feelings. Yes, when you feel the atmosphere I am happy it came out.

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hines,

 

thank you for enjoying the lines.

 

Stuart,

 

many thanks for looking.

 

Everybody who clicked the button, thanks

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Bravo to my (almost) name sister.

I like the very special toning and the shapes of snow at the trunks, which gives it a dreamy atmosphere.

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Tri,

 

yes, that is the term which I was searching for. You are right. Thanks for viewing and commenting.

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