“Trees are sanctuaries.
Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth.
Trees snatched through the window of a speeding car.
Full of possibility.
NaBloPoMo 21 of 30 – photography101:15
28 thoughts on “photography101: landscape”
I love this it looks like a watercolour painting and I especially love your last sentence very inspiring 🙂
Thank you, every morning should feel that way….
Yes true maybe i should tattoo that on my arm x
Sounds painful, but fun 😉
haha a touch of the masochist in you? lol x
This is a fabulous photo. Sometimes things just work when they’re least expected. Capturing it through the car window has given it such a great, mood. Nicely done!
Thank you! I do seem to find that the photos that work are the ones grabbed out of the air without too much thought…
This one was a wow when it popped up. I agree with Eclectic … this has more of a watercolour quality to it rather than a photography. Kind of dreamy. Love it.
Wow, well thank you, it was grabbed very quickly through the car window and then edited on my iPhone using Snapseed…the scenery was also dreamy and unreal so I a thrilled that it worked out and you like it 🙂
Bravo. You’re having a great deal of success with impromptu snaps. Maybe there’s a lesson there for me 😉
… I do tend to overthink things!
Shoot first and ask questions afterwards… 😉
gorgeous shot. I really like the atmosphere you created there.
Thank you, the sky was so breathtaking….misty, cold and ethereral, and I got lucky 🙂
you were there to see it, experience it and shoot it. Good on you!
Thank you 🙂
I agree with Les Petits, the atmosphere here is nice. I tried to take some random shots out of a bus window this morning, but I haven’t had the time to look at them yet. Probably they’re blurry & grainy, because it was dark and I had to shoot at a very high ISO.
Thank you…will you share your bus shots when ready, would be good to see?
I don’t know, I haven’t seen them myself yet, so it’s too early to say. Been busy all day and in the evening I’ve been working on one of my neverending projects (a photoshop project that is now somewhere between 50-70% finished – it seems to take forever!).
Ah, Hermann Hesse, the Nobel Prize winner. I think I was as amiss as not to read too much by him, but I have a vague remembrance of liking this guy. And then I switched from German studies to English studies and poor Hesse & co. were forgotten. I’m in love with this photo because it is so pleasantly depressive. Which is a good thing for me. It’s like a beautiful painting.
Hesse was introduced to me by a friend in Belgrade and I loved his work, although hardly easy reading….”pleasantly depressive”, that is so cool….I do tend to like moody skies and the country here is often amenable 🙂
Great atmosphere and tones Andy. 👌
Thank you David!
A great shot! So very atmospheric. 🙂
Thank you, the skies are often like that here especially north toward the coast… 🙂
I get a haunting feeling looking at this image…. tree silhouettes hides something paranormal ! Love the pic 🙂
Thank you! The whole scene that morning was amazing, flat land with just those trees, mist and a huge sky…
How dare you go to work leaving behind such surreal surroundings !! 😉 (joking)
Belgium is turning out to be a surprisingly surreal place… 🙂