"There is only you and your camera.
The limitations in your photography are in yourself,
for what we see is what we are."
There really is only you and your camera...and your processing program!!!
This is another one I almost tossed into my proverbial archive...
A touch of extra black, deeper shadows...
What can I say...turns out it's now one of my favorites!!!
Wow! What can I say! This is such a lovely photo.:)ReplyDelete
Elegant and beautiful photography of nature's gifts ~ReplyDelete
Carol of A Creative Harbor ^_^
So beautiful and scenic!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo but really depressing quote.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! Nicely done!ReplyDelete
It is one of my favorites too. Very special.ReplyDelete
Thanks Scudds and Dragonstar!!!ReplyDelete
Nature certainly does lavish her gifts on us up here Carol!!!
Thank you OptimisticExistentialist!!!
Really? You think it's depressing Hiker??? I liked it...I guess because photography has become such a part of me...What I shoot is my interpretation/expression of my environment/experience...
I'm glad you like it too Margaret!!!
I've noticed that Shadow has become my favorite button. Love this photo. So glad you kept it!!ReplyDelete
I know what you mean Adele!!! That and the Black...I've found that I need to boost the black by at least +32 pretty much every time...ReplyDelete
It's cool how the branches appear to be peaking out from behind the snow.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you saved it. It's a very beautiful photograph.ReplyDelete
“Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.”ReplyDelete
– the late Henri Cartier-Bresson, master photojournalist & candid photographer from France.
Thank you Carver!!!ReplyDelete
I've seen that quote Cafe...but I thought it was an Ansel Adams...guess not!!!