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Riding Through The Mist
31-AUG-2006

Riding Through The Mist

Canon EOS 5D
1/6400s f/4.0 at 45.0mm iso100 full exif

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JD19-Dec-2006 04:46
The composition is excellent. The almost B&W is just broken by the red light. The natural framing of the tree is really good. Excellent shot.
Lee Rudd02-Dec-2006 18:19
I feel this contrasts with, and compliments, "Toward Day's End" very well. This has 'natural' lines and 'man-made' movement, plus a subdued colour palette. Good capture.
Dan Chusid30-Nov-2006 16:41
Looks like you were lurking in the shadows for this.
:^O
shatterbug14-Nov-2006 06:59
Terrific shot, Jenene! Wonderful mood and composition. V.
Ray :)13-Oct-2006 23:09
I'm a great fan of these "monochromes in colour". You can always 'hear' a good image and the sound of the bike is very clear in my mind.
~V~
AL12-Oct-2006 01:06
The mist made it atmospheric. The almost monochrome tone made it moody. Both worked very well with the single rider. It's a lonely ride down the quiet road, not knowing what lies ahead...
Phil Douglis11-Oct-2006 19:21
Dripping in atmosphere, this image shows the power of monochromatic color -- there are nuances and shadings of blue and green in here that would vanish if this were reduced to black and white. If your goal is to create a mood of loneliness here, the color does it, Jenene.
JSWaters11-Oct-2006 16:47
Thanks Kal, it's actually a full color image. The fog and mist were so heavy that morning on top of the hill, everything was a shade of gray - except his tailight!
Kal Khogali11-Oct-2006 15:39
Is tis processed as B&W or is it colour, but just so monochromatic...it's incredible Jenene.Fantastic image. K