Landpartie XVI

4 thoughts on “Landpartie XVI

  1. I’m very partial to seeing things from behind screens or foggy windows or branches so I love the way you composed the last photo. The first photo could have been taken near here or in so many other locations. #3 is very interesting, with the tension between the human-made fence (which had to be repaired I guess) and the trees. There are differences and similarities in the fence and trees, and then there is the human disturbance of the land and the pristine land beyond. But there is always more to the story than we can see, right?
    Beautiful light in #4 and who could resist that car? ­čÖé And who could resist the cat in the sunniest place?
    The shadow placement in #9 is nice, and the way the young tree lines up with the line of trees in the distance is so precise – that’s Karl’s eye at work, I’m thinking.
    Were all of these taken in one day? Lots of variety!

    • Yes, they were taken in one day. It was a long walk we made. But it was worth every minute. Since we are forced to obey the lockdown-rules every moment outside is a relief. To be more aware of subjects and being forced to compose more carefully, I try a new technical setting by using a prime 17mm MFT lens only. We will se how fare it takes me. But your comment encourages me a lot ­čÖé Regards and a “Hi” for Joe, Karl

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