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summer evening - last curtain in the forest

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we entered a nearby forest which we wanted to explore. We did not cover much but had to start being very busy to catch the last sunrays.

 

 

 

Canon 5D MKII+ Elmarit R 35 mm, tripod, polarizer, longtime shutterspeed

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Juan, Karl,

 

thanks for having a look and nice comments.

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Iduna,

A lovely shot of a strange and mysterious forestscape, you have captured the

forest feeling perfectly.

Dee.

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Iduna,

 

A perfect shot with the magic light making this subtle shot so beautiful. I find the best shots taken if forests are those with little direct sunlight to create the harsh tones. You have made this scene so quiet and tranquil. John Sexton calls this his "quiet light."

 

Paul

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Iduna' date='

 

A perfect shot with the magic light making this subtle shot so beautiful. I find the best shots taken if forests are those with little direct sunlight to create the harsh tones. You have made this scene so quiet and tranquil. John Sexton calls this his "quiet light."

 

Paul[/quote']

 

+1...beautiful.

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Bill,

thank you for enjoying the peaceful sight.

 

Dee,

thank you for feeling the magic.

 

Paul,

thank you very much for your emotional and interesting informative comment.

 

Bob,

I am glad you flet like Paul..

 

Stuart,

thanks

 

PeterSchlicht, Guenther,

thanks for clicking

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Orient XI,

your comment is welcome and appreciated, thanks. Yes, in the forest lighting is often very difficult and one has to make compromises.

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I love that diagonal gash of sunlight amongst all the verticals. Magic hour..

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Brill64,

yes, it was a magic moment, these are rare and short. Thanks for commenting.

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