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03.09.2004

03.09.2004

Bukovina

Unfortunately I don't have any wider angle lens for my camera.
I was waiting for my camera with the Kit lens. I did get one, but without the lens...

Now I can't pay $$$ for a wider angle Lens. ;-(
That is the reason why my tree is not fully in frame. I didn't have anymore place to move back!

anyway...

well the idea is there, one is alive and the other is dead! ;-)
cheers

Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel ,Canon EF 28-105mm 1:5-5.6
1/320s f/8.0 at 28.0mm iso100 full exif

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Stu04-Sep-2004 22:29
Beautiful shapes and texture, Argishti.
Neal Nye04-Sep-2004 02:22
A beautiful selection of shapes and textures and colors. I can't imagine this being better with a shorter lens. I think it's just right.
René Gysi03-Sep-2004 21:44
Sehr schön der Kontrast zwischen dem grünen und dem ausgetrockneten Gehölz. Der Bildrahmen passt mit seiner Farbe auch sehr gut dazu. Sehr gut gemacht. Gruss René
Andrea Aschedamini03-Sep-2004 21:43
Very nice contrast between the dead one and the other tree.
Ciao
Andrea
Guest 03-Sep-2004 18:22
the dead tree is an interesting shape. shame it is dead.
Gayle P. Clement03-Sep-2004 13:53
This shows the contrast between the two trees quite well.
petesie03-Sep-2004 12:10
Very good eye, Argishti.
Mattana03-Sep-2004 09:35
Nice as it is. I like the contrast of the dead tree and the live one... Cycle of life or something like that. :-) Very nice.
Yvonne03-Sep-2004 08:26
I love all the soft colours of the grass & distant mountains too.
laine8203-Sep-2004 07:23
Argishti, I like the dead limbs reaching toward the frame...looks good, but so does the whole effect of this shot. Great work.
Gary Winters03-Sep-2004 07:05
If you hadn't mentioned it, the issue of what's in the picture and what's not wouldn't have come up. This one is fine, and even before your explanation, I was thinking -- Gee, a living tree and a dead tree. Good eye, well composed!