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Kitty R. Rodehorst-Hanna
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    This is so very beautiful, Jim! The lighting is incredible along with the colors, details and effects! Awesome image! :-) k


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6/4/2010 2:27:23 PM

 
Jim Zuckerman
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Thank you, Kitty. I put this in my top 40 of all-time favorites. I photographed it on a recent photo tour I led to Ireland.
Jim

Note from the Editor: Here are more details on this amazing image - from Jim Z's photo blog:

"This stunning row of trees forms an eerie tunnel-like structure over a country road north of Belfast. It's locally called Dark Hedges, and I used a 200mm telephoto lens to compress the myriad branches lit by a setting sun. I used f/32 because it was important to show the entire image, from front to back, tack sharp.
"A tripod was required because it allowed me the ability to shoot with a small lens aperture, and I used the self-timer to trip the shutter. I also locked up the mirror to make sure the camera was as vibration-free as possible. This is certainly one of the most amazing roads I've ever seen."


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6/4/2010 2:31:34 PM

 
Carol Eade
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This is an incredibly beautiful image, Jim!


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6/9/2010 9:41:10 AM

 
Jim Zuckerman
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Thank you, Carol. It was a great find. However, it was annoying when cars wanted to use the road because in order to shoot this, I and my photo tour group had to stand right in the middle of the road.

Jim


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6/9/2010 9:46:26 AM

 
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