In sorting through the files for archiving, I came across one more from the nice sunrise morning at The Patten in Shelburne, MA. on October 13th.
This has the feeling of a painting and the luminosity is gorgeous. I love the way the two trees frame this.
Thanks, Andrew. I don’t know how I overlooked this one.
Oh, now this one has a feel that I have not see before in any of the others in what has been this series of fall photos. Andrew got it right, in that this one has a luminous feel of a Vermeer painting. Really nice. Too bad there weren’t a number of cows grazing the field … right down front. Oh well. Really like this one … a real keeper. Opportunities for shots like this will begin to dwindle – keep ’em coming while you can. D
Hmmm…cows. I’ll have to speak with the property owners.
I think dwindle has won, David. Not too much left for foliage around here and the heavy rain due in here tomorrow night won’t help matters color-wise. Maybe it will offer up a recharged stream or two.
Vermeer. Did you see the movie or hear the story of “Tim’s Vermeer”?
so inspiring, Steve.
Thanks, Melissa. You might enjoy the trailer I posted above for David.
Yay….Thanks to Andrew, I just found you on Facebook. 🙂
I saw that~ thank you Steve! I don’t go to facebook very often. It sorta scares me… but it was so nice to “see” you there:)
Beautiful with the serene and subtle colors. The foliage of the tree branches on each side adds a great deal to the photo. Framing when possible makes the photograph more interesting.
Thanks, Yvonne. Yes, I always look for as frame either at the sides or from above without it seeming like something just tossed in for effect. But sometimes a subject looks good just standing alone….and sometimes there is nothing to use as a frame. 🙂
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For me once again it’s the wispy clouds that are special.
Absolutely, Steve. They make the image.
I thought at first the dark line along the horizon was cloud. After I enlarged the photo, I realized that’s another series of hills, wtih fog in the valley. There’s a sense of serenity I associate with paintings like those done by Jean-Francois Millet.
Now this is very cool and gives me a feeling that my British friends describe as chuffed…..compared to two masters of the canvas. Thanks!
The most noticeable mountain at the upper left is Monadnock in New Hampshire. There are two homes behind my position and I envy them this view.
so you saved the best until the end 🙂 🙂 🙂 I also like the luminosity in this image and the lightness of a nice autumn day.
It got lost in the crowd, Sandra. It was a fun morning. Thanks.
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