02.14.2021 Sunday Silence

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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31 Responses to 02.14.2021 Sunday Silence

  1. Very nice Steve! Enjoyed seeing it!

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  2. Eliza Waters says:

    Lovely stillness…

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  3. Ann Mackay says:

    Beautiful – and very suggestive of silence!

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  4. Peter Klopp says:

    This is a wonderful example of minimalistic photography, Steve.

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  5. One tree for Sunday, one tree for silence.

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  6. susurrus says:

    These are very ethereal.

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  7. Beautiful. Reminds me of Bruce Percy’s Hokkaido work.

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  8. Todd Henson says:

    Sunday silence = minimalist masterpiece! 🙂

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  9. Ms. Liz says:

    Soft and gentle. A beautiful image.

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  10. shoreacres says:

    The difference between a white background and black is striking. I thought the dark suited the image a bit more. Have you ever considered a thin line around a image like this to help set it off?

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    • That’s called a stroke. I’ve been hoping to avoid one of those. 🙂 Actually I used to add a 2 or 3 pixel stroke to my images as you suggest. Then I went for broader borders but decided to leave the image without an edge. It is something to consider on an image by image basis.

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  11. Even though I can hear the mockingbird singing out my open front door here in Florida, I can feel the cold and quiet stillness of the air in this beautiful image, Steve.

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    • Thanks, Carol! I am glad this image carries such a strong power of suggestion and also glad that you are able to view it while warm. So much of the country is uncommonly cold these days.Thanks for the reminder of the mockingbird’s panoply of song which I look forward to upon their return to singing every spring.

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  12. I like the foggy feeling and how the tree on the left is leaning in.

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