Frosty trees with a layer of snow.

Posted by Linda Frey on Mon, 01/18/10 16:58
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Comments by Ernest Cadegan on Mon, 01/18/10 17:19

How do you expose for snow? This seems under to me.


Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Mon, 01/18/10 17:21

I find that both the bluish hue of the snow combined with the misty background we through the opening in the trees and the snow and frost covered branches evokes a sense of cold for me... not just cold but really cold.


Comments by Linda Frey on Mon, 01/18/10 17:49

Ernest: I usually have to brighten snow pictures, and this one was no exception. But it isn't supposed to be bright white snow. It was taken before the rising sun broke through the fog.


Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Mon, 01/18/10 18:28

How come you guys are getting all the snow and we maritimers are stuck with only a few flakes and rain??
I like this, Linda...it works for me. A nice opening through the trees too


Comments by els mo on Mon, 01/18/10 21:09

Lovely scene, Linda.
You show us there's a way out of the snow.

There'll be spring, as always.
Unless it's a silent one.

Stay warm!
: )


Comments by Sal Santostefano on Tue, 01/19/10 01:18

AWESOME!!!


Comments by Pietro Cecchi on Tue, 01/19/10 07:52

The frosty wood is the romantic home for the winter... :)
Magic!


Comments by Harry Liston on Tue, 01/19/10 10:40

The colours looks very real to me. This is one shot where automatic white balance would spoil the picture.


Comments by Paul Bracey on Tue, 01/19/10 12:45

That's nice.


Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Tue, 01/19/10 19:24

That's what Winter should be like 24-7.


Comments by John Long on Wed, 01/20/10 06:50

I like the slight blue tone - most digital DSLR's seem to expose correctly for snow without making any adjustments


Comments by Maria Salvador on Wed, 01/20/10 12:00

Beautiful. And cold looking! Love the sense of depth and the detail you caught on the trees and snowy bushes.


Comments by Art Sands on Fri, 01/22/10 16:59

neat - definitely understated title - I'm ready for the beach