There is slow movement, and most of it is skywards. Each day it gets closer, if only a little.
... if only a little.. well put richard.
a great shot as well
24 Mar 2008 5:01am
I love the lighting! Excellent shot!
24 Mar 2008 7:55am
This is outstanding. As before, one can see this either as an abstract composition or as a shot of branches. Either way, the light, the composition and the color work very well together to create a coherent image of great impact.
24 Mar 2008 8:14am
@GJC: Thankyou for yor comment
24 Mar 2008 9:40am
Wonderful shot! And yes, spring is slowly, gently approaching!
24 Mar 2008 10:19am
I'm completely in love with your spring miniatures! The simplicity and elegance, the shyness and youthful look of the season are all present here!
24 Mar 2008 10:28am
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24 Mar 2008 11:51am
how uplifting...stunning. I once wrote in a poem, that "Hope Is Every Season's First Breath' like this magnificent photo :)
24 Mar 2008 1:48pm
Love this! The light is amazing!
24 Mar 2008 3:35pm
Really nice shot and DoF!
24 Mar 2008 4:34pm
Again a very beautiful picture! PERFECT!
24 Mar 2008 4:59pm
very beautiful image again Richard
24 Mar 2008 5:21pm
the way you presented this is sublime! i like your post, the dof, the details from the stems/buds even the way you've bordered (framed) it is awesome.
24 Mar 2008 5:27pm
@Photographs by M.E.: Thankyou very much for your kind comment
great spring images...sharp and crisp
24 Mar 2008 5:31pm
A beautiful composition, Richard, combined with outstanding light. Stunning!
24 Mar 2008 11:01pm
i love the simplicity as well as the beauty of this image. What camera did you use to take this image?
25 Mar 2008 12:15am
@Rags: I used my Nikon D70 for this shot, which has been with me since 2004. All the cropping and PP was in Photoshop and the frame applied in Photoshop Elements using a plugin called 'frame It'
Stunning light and composition!!! Beautiful!
25 Mar 2008 1:55am
FABulous light! Another amazing spring image, Richard!!
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