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dark and misty beech forest

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the last day of the year 2014 was droop, grey and misty. At 2 p.m. it was almost dark and I was only accompanied by the sound of the trees, the slight breeze and birds fluttering here and there: strange and lonesome.

 

Olympus EM5 with Summilux 15 mm and Nocticron 43 mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mike, Michael, Ali,

 

the location was indeed a bit eerie, even if I knew the place, so deserted I did never look at it. I am delighted that something of that feeling could be captured. Thank you all for your kind feedback and support. It is quite encouraging.

 

Hi everybody, to click the radio button is really nice, thanks.

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More from this wonderful series! These are so mystical and ethereal, quite excellent.

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Dee,

 

many many thanks for liking this series.I am happy that the atmopshere there could be captured as it seems. When being on such a location one is in a kind of flow and you float from one view to the other.

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Iduna not only excellent pictures but your lead in was like an opening to a good mystery novel

 

Well done

Hank

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Iduna,

You captured the mystical feeling of the forest. It registers with everyone that has taken the time to feel the magic of such moments in their life. Well photographed.

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wow, Hank,

what a nice comment. Thank you. I really felt myself being in something slightly mystic. I am very happy that it made its effect.

 

Bill,

this was a story of someone like me alone in this forest. And I knew it would soon be dark. Strange sounds of branches swaying in a small breeze and hundreds of water drops falling from the trees as if the mist was being transformed.. Thanks for sharing this moment.

 

Louis,

it is so nice to know people feeling the same, thank you for your time and kind response.

 

Stuart,

thanks a lot for spending tiem to share the walk.

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Another superb set of images. They convey both a beauty and a silence broken only by the rustle of leaves beneath your feet.

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Brent,

yes, thanks a lot for your understanding and sharing the feeling.

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a splendid evocative series - beautifully captured, and sensitively, thoughtfully presented……. especially No. 5.

 

Good work indeed !

 

Thank you,

 

JZG

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Lee

many thanks for viewing and commenting.

 

Bill,

thanks for sharing the mood.

 

John,

I fele quite inspired and happy that you like the series. Thanks for your support.

 

Hi all you poeple, thanks for stopping by and clicking the famous radio-thanks-button ! ! !

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