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January 26, 2010

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Meditative



Black and White that is what this photo called for.  Trees are heavy with snow.  Birds are no where to be seen and I am just ahead of another snow storm.  Photo is of the trees behind the Caribou Gaurd Station just past Bone, Idaho. Had to leave the big camera home as there wasn't any room on my snow machine this time
Canon PowerShot S3 IS.
Exposure:
0.003 sec (1/400)
Aperture:
f/8.0
Focal Length:
9.7 mm

8 comments:

Sue said...

Totally beautiful..I want to walk there..

top5cats said...

Those trees look so tall too. Very nice and the black and white sure does it justice.

Chesney said...

The high contrast black and white really works on this...just gorgeous!

cathy2010photowalk said...

Exactly what it looks like in the woods near our house. Nice shot, grat in black &white

playingwithpixels said...

Idaho is a state I've never visited by you make it look very attractive as a destination. This is a lovely scene...

BobbieCoughlin said...

So crisp! I really like the high contrast--it intensifies the cold.

gregworld said...

I agree...B&W is the way to go with so many winter scenes..nicely done, compelling image!

dspec01 said...

Black & white was a great choice for this image. My favorite part of winter is when it is snowing or immediately thereafter. There is a wonderful quiet in the world. I like your image for Meditative.