Havoc And Regeneration

Walter Glover
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Havoc And Regeneration

Postby Walter Glover » 09 Jun 2021, 23:51

Echoing John's recent post "Wattle And Friends" .....

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[i"Toyo 45AX, Schneider Apo Symmar 210mm 1:5.6
Ilford Delta 100, Ilford DDX 1+6"[/i]
Walter Glover

"We see things not as they are. We see them as we are."
Emanuel Kant

John Power
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Re: Havoc And Regeneration

Postby John Power » 10 Jun 2021, 09:04

Nice one Walter, I especially like the light coming through on the right there.
Scene reminds me of blue mountains foothills around Glenbrook, etc.
No filters used here?

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Maris
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Re: Havoc And Regeneration

Postby Maris » 10 Jun 2021, 12:20

I'll second John Power's comment. It's easy to find sunlight playing in the tops of trees but when it skips across the forest floor the alert and well equipped photographer can make visual magic. Good one, Walter.

Mick Fagan
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Re: Havoc And Regeneration

Postby Mick Fagan » 12 Jun 2021, 18:11

The path of light that starts at the darkened bark, then ends in what looks like a clearing, is very good.

Seeing something like this is one thing, getting it onto film is another.

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Walter Glover
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Re: Havoc And Regeneration

Postby Walter Glover » 12 Jun 2021, 22:42

Thanks Mick. If the fires gave thinned out the canopy and charred the weakened trunks that's what I am there to document. Part of that, If it's aesthetically attractive, might prove to be fruit for the sideboard.
Walter Glover

"We see things not as they are. We see them as we are."
Emanuel Kant


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