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Montréal, Canada

Nikon D50
1/500s f/5.6 at 112.0mm full exif

other sizes: small medium original auto
H2M21-Dec-2007 21:54
Beautiful! V.
federico 13-Sep-2007 16:05
me gusta mucho
Guest 16-Aug-2007 21:41
Wonderful frame
12329-Apr-2007 18:07
One word Craig - Wow!!!
Guest 14-Dec-2006 14:51
this one is awesome, big vote.
Guest 13-Sep-2006 21:51
this one's a beauty. v.
Chuck Inglefield23-Jun-2006 16:43
pick...i like the contrast of this one, a bit different in tone, but nice
David Clunas21-Apr-2006 21:07
I was sure I commented on this!
Really like the conversion and the catch light in the snow, comp should go without saying!
Guest 31-Mar-2006 16:29
I'm ashamed to say I dont check in as often as I ought to, but when I do I'm always finding new gems. This has the melancholic feel of a 1920's film still. Perhaps a Chaplin film.. the vignetting reminds me of that kind of sad end scene thing :)
Guest 29-Mar-2006 10:56
I completelely missed this first time out - love it, what a great image. Voted
Gilles Navet28-Mar-2006 12:35
DOF and treatement are impressive
Strong and delicate in the same time
Gilles Navet28-Mar-2006 12:33
Une merveile
Rene Hales25-Mar-2006 13:21
Fabulous mood.--Rene
...duncan25-Mar-2006 03:50
I missed this one. V
shatterbug24-Mar-2006 05:51
A captivating image! Excellent work! Vote.
Rob Rosetti23-Mar-2006 21:15
Just wonderful! Roberto
Guest 23-Mar-2006 17:46
The treatment is what makes this photo fanstastic.
Chuck Inglefield23-Mar-2006 15:33
fantastic!....a real work of art this is. It's most interesting characteristic to me is its unknowable sence of's balanced so perfectly. And the processing is really top notch.
Jose Paulo Andrade23-Mar-2006 15:10
very good!!
Guenter Eh23-Mar-2006 09:03
Broken your typical sign of treatment. Excellent. Vote.
Guest 23-Mar-2006 07:50
Beautiful image Craig.
Guest 23-Mar-2006 06:51
dramatic scene....
Sue Robertson23-Mar-2006 06:16
Very sad indeed, but great photo.
Greg Harp23-Mar-2006 06:14
Excellent work as usual. :) Voted
Guest 23-Mar-2006 03:53
Intriguing shot and treatment.
Guest 23-Mar-2006 03:46
beautiful shot, great dof!!
Guest 23-Mar-2006 03:41
Very beautiful. I agree with others about the composition and tye treatment.
— l'Un.
René Lortie23-Mar-2006 02:28
Le printemps qui se pointe la pétale sous forme de relent d'automne. Well seen.
Guest 23-Mar-2006 01:43
Hardy blossoms aren't they.
very nice treatment
Guest 23-Mar-2006 01:42
Oh, poor Hydrangea! It looks so sad. Superb capture and wonderful toning, as usual, Craig.
Guest 23-Mar-2006 01:08
Great shot. Reminds of me Duncan's sunflowers. The broken bend in the stem is what creates a very compelling composition here. Excellent
laine8223-Mar-2006 01:08
Ah, we have the same flower but I'm sure mine would die in all that snow :>) Great treatment as always, Craig.
De'Carr Studio23-Mar-2006 01:07
Great capture and excellent treatment. Vote.
AL23-Mar-2006 01:05
It reminded me of Duncan's deadly sunflower shot... You've well captured it in your own unique style and treatment as always. Voted.
Dan Chusid23-Mar-2006 01:03
Guest 23-Mar-2006 00:47
Big fat ditto to the afore. I'm sure you've some magic processing pixies working on your shots, and I love these broken life photos.
Kathy Pedersen23-Mar-2006 00:36
Fantastic treatment and compostion!
Guest 23-Mar-2006 00:34
sure it´s your treatment what makes this pic excellent,wonderful work Craig. and so nice to see your personal style getting better and better,thanks for sharing.
Doug Kessler23-Mar-2006 00:22
Very nice DOF here. That Hydrangea blossom has seen better days.
Love the Persel treatment you lend to many of your photos.
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