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05-30-2010, 07:29 PM   #31
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Oh I like! What technique?
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Forest Triptych


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Today I took a walk in the woods hoping to see something to contribute to the "Project 52" forest challenge. Instead, I saw three somethings, each one of which is typical of our local forest. Tangle and decay...creeping flowers (Bunchberry, Cornus canadensis)...and towering trees.


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Oh I like! What technique?
Toy camera filter in the camera (pentax K-x) + lightroom's antique grayscale filter!

Stevebrot - that is one nice triptych, love the green colors.
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Damn, if this is what you are finding for your project 52, I need to up my game... speaking of games... come join us in our weekly project 52, which I am shamelessly plugging this weeks theme is forests....

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Today I took a walk in the woods hoping to see something to contribute to the "Project 52" forest challenge. Instead, I saw three somethings, each one of which is typical of our local forest. Tangle and decay...creeping flowers (Bunchberry, Cornus canadensis)...and towering trees.
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Steve, this is a terrific triptych!

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Steve, this is a terrific triptych!
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Damn, if this is what you are finding for your project 52, I need to up my game... speaking of games... come join us in our weekly project 52, which I am shamelessly plugging this weeks theme is forests....
Thanks for the compliments! Today is one of those days when I can use the strokes.

This week's project 52 was the reason I shot these images. I was tempted to submit the triptych, but figured that was unfair (three disguised as one). I still have a couple of locations I want to shoot before I decide which one to submit to the forest challenge. (We have a lot of forest around here with a fair amount of variety...everything from maples to juniper!)


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i love that bird series...

here is mine... 1...2...3...

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triptych done a while ago, she walks now... 31mm
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