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Uprooted

Uprooted

Montreal, Canada

Part of the Anatomy of a Dream gallery

Nikon D50
1/800s f/5.6 at 200.0mm hide exif
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Date/Time11-Apr-2006 16:47:43
MakeNikon
ModelNIKON D50
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length200 mm
Exposure Time1/800 sec
Aperturef/5.6
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Metering Modematrix (5)
JPEG Quality (6)
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Gerhard Ritsema14-Sep-2010 20:24
Very strong tones!
Eric Herbelin03-Nov-2007 19:24
over all: great
Guest 19-Oct-2007 02:06
Nice shot!
Christine P. Newman01-Sep-2006 21:31
Beautiful! I love the treatment and how my brain interprets it. Great monochrome.
Sue Robertson10-Jul-2006 21:30
Wonderful image.
Chuck Inglefield23-Jun-2006 16:34
pick...always have liked this one
Adrian Reilly21-Jun-2006 15:28
Love the lighting here
Greg Harp20-Jun-2006 23:49
Excellent work.
David Clunas20-Jun-2006 21:19
great light and love the tone
Candice Caballero20-Jun-2006 06:09
Really beautiful composition, the toning is wonderful.
shatterbug20-Jun-2006 04:17
Going to find a new owner, who waters his plants more often. :-) Great lines and tones! V.
Guenter Eh19-Jun-2006 18:33
The dream of death...in such a beauty! Strong feeling with this image - as with all the previous works in this fabulous series!
fred_il19-Jun-2006 18:26
Nice crop and beautiful lighting!!
Audrey Reid19-Jun-2006 13:04
Nice - nice - very nice.
Shimon Levkovich19-Jun-2006 13:01
Superb. Voted.
Guest 19-Jun-2006 12:24
Heavy plant crossing :D I think
it's decided to go find water on
its own and stop waiting to be
watered. Lovely array of line and texture!
Chris Sofopoulos19-Jun-2006 11:20
Dramatic and beautiful. I like the toning.
JD19-Jun-2006 09:54
Love the opposition of the human straight lines and the natural curves. The incongruity of the plant does not look fatal, as AL mentions. Superb treatment. Voted.
Rob Rosetti19-Jun-2006 07:46
Rest in peace, poor plant.. Surreal shot, love it so much! V Roberto
ltolksdorf19-Jun-2006 05:20
Nobody can capture the beauty of an ordinary scene as you can, regards Lars
AL19-Jun-2006 03:01
Love the lines and your perfect framing. Very interesting take, Craig. Perhaps outgrown? Or moving to a greener pasture? Not dead to me. The other plants seemed to feel more trapped and helpless. Voted.
René Lortie19-Jun-2006 01:23
Very interesting "organo-geometric" composition.
Michael Todd Thorpe19-Jun-2006 01:06
I love the silver tones you get in your b/w's... nice!
Guest 19-Jun-2006 00:31
Very interesting light and treatment.
laine8219-Jun-2006 00:28
The demise of....great b/w, Craig
Ann LT19-Jun-2006 00:12
Fantastic!
scott clarke18-Jun-2006 23:38
Death for sure. Nice Craig.
Doug Kessler18-Jun-2006 23:15
It does have a familiarily (?) eerie feel to it.
I hope that plant gets put back into the ground soon : )
De'Carr Studio18-Jun-2006 23:09
Excellent! Vote
nordic18-Jun-2006 23:08
Like it, great processing has a very eerie feel!
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