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2008
21-NOV-2007

2008

Canon EOS 10D
1/800s f/5.6 at 55.0mm iso200 full exif

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Thierry Lucas29-Dec-2008 21:51
Beautiful work. V
Zeev Parush05-Jul-2008 07:58
Excellent Photo-Painting - it has the aroma of John Constable
old painting.
Matylda Lempel-Chareza Photography15-Jun-2008 09:37
my fav,v
Guest 25-May-2008 12:48
Someone calls it Proudest and it really is...! :)
carabias30-Apr-2008 17:43
Impresionante!!! v
Charles Lasnier22-Apr-2008 06:50
Looks like part of the cover of a very old and well-loved book.
Steve Sharp18-Apr-2008 18:27
Wow, here, if anywhere, is proof of how much an already fine photo can be made into a stunning one through a bit of post-processing (and in particular, texturising).
Guest 17-Apr-2008 14:59
Great work.. well done
Big Vote for

would you like to giving some tutorial to working on your picture...
thanks....
Anna*
Ryan Sigua15-Apr-2008 04:49
Excellent treatment. It is likened to Albert Bierstadt's work. I do have somehting like this but not a photo , instead a painting copied from Albert. good Job. Voted
Eric Herbelin13-Apr-2008 12:06
XVIII century painting treatment! V
Jeff Real08-Mar-2008 21:46
An amazing piece of art. The interesting shape of the tree works so well with your incredible treatment. Your thoughts on how this gem came to be were fascinating to read as well.
VOTE!!
chempilot08-Mar-2008 18:21
without the texture this pic would be OK. i'm really intrigued by how the texture and color treatment adds meaning and depth to it. pretty cool...
Nancy Good07-Mar-2008 21:11
This photo is about as expressive as they come. There is a palpable and welcome sense of mystery that arises in one's mind when you first view it, followed by an immediate desire to be sitting underneath this tree, pausing to rest during a long and dusty photo safari. I can feel a vintage pith helmet on my head as I write. Great take on what began its life merely expecting to be a plain ol' vacation shot.
Nancy
pik200407-Mar-2008 19:17
Great image, nice edit, it goes well with the mood of the picture.
Sam Stevenson07-Mar-2008 19:01
Great looking image - excellent processing on this one.
Guest 07-Mar-2008 18:31
I agree, this image is really amazing!! Well done!
Rene Hales07-Mar-2008 18:29
Absolutely beautiful. I agree with Jude, this goes up on the wall. Congratulations on a wonderful image.--Rene
jude07-Mar-2008 18:03
Oh, and I meant to add: "Ferris Bueller, you're my hero..."
jude07-Mar-2008 18:02
Holy mother of god...!
Chuck, old pal .. this is a print to go on the wall... to be matted and framed with precision and hung for all to see. The etches (my favorite) give a feeling of the image being on cloth .. some worn tapestry. I love the curl of tree branch, the color ... the everything. One of my absolute favorites. You need to post on LIF.. ;)