04.19.2020 Silence on Sunday

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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23 Responses to 04.19.2020 Silence on Sunday

  1. The narrow little rock to the right of the main rock looks like a fish.

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  2. Wow, do I love this image. Talk about zen…the rock anchors the viewer to a focal point, the “here and now,” and the fog and trees take your mind to a vanishing point, and to a point mentally that lets the mind wander wherever it wants to go. A perfect image for “Silent Sunday.” Excellent, and thanks!

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  3. Very nice and moody image Steve!

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  4. Todd Henson says:

    What a beautiful and calming scene. I can imagine just sitting, watching, listening, completely losing track of time.

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  5. melissabluefineart says:

    This has such wonderful elements~reflections and aerial perspective and…stillness.

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  6. Fantastic!!! Makes my heart happy!!

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  7. krikitarts says:

    I think Ansel would have been proud to have done this. Minimalist and mystical!

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    • That’s a nice comment, Gary. Thank you.

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      • krikitarts says:

        It’s well deserved. I’ve been a disciple for many years and still treasure my copy of The Print.

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      • I am also. I have the three and, although I cannot remember the exact words, use some of Adams’ to explain how I feel about using Photoshop. He said, paraphrased, that a person standing next to him in the field as he exposed his film would not recognize the final print after it went through the darkroom. To be expressive and visually creative in photography does not necessarily mean presenting the picture “how it looked” but as one felt about it. Another little picky nit of mine…he never said the word “pre”visualization. The pre is the visualizing. 🙂

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      • krikitarts says:

        That is a most excellent point, and one that I’ve confronted so many times with my picky CD. After some subtle and creative burning, dodging, luminosity adjustment, etc., she has been known to say, “But it didn’t really look like that!” I get less of that now than I used to, and I’m grateful. And speaking of picky–I’d say that the visualization is the pre.

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  8. Ahhh … that is so serene … Steve. Magical and inspiring.

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