Natural Sepia

© Joy L. Barber

Natural Sepia

Uploaded: December 11, 2006 18:27:44

Description

This is one of my favorite trees to photograph, it has such great character, especially in fog, frost and snow. This shot was taken in early December. I used no color enhancing, it just naturally came out with the sepia effect due to the fog and rising sun.

Comments

ALLEN O. HOWARD December 11, 2006

One of my favorites also! Beautiful!!! #570828

Donna Dunbar December 11, 2006

The lighting and effect the fog made are wonderful, great image Joy!! #3692837

Steve Downen December 11, 2006

Amazing how beautiful our world really is. Great photo, Joy! #3692932

Joy L. Barber December 11, 2006

Thanks Allen, Donna, and Steve. The exact photo is also in my gallery as a black and white. This tree will probably show up at another time with a different look which is what I love about nature as much as it changes it remains the same. #3693012

Cary Rogers December 12, 2006

Wonderful tones and lighting in this image, Joy! I'm glad to see someone else has their "favorite" trees to shoot, too. :-) #3695188

Joy L. Barber December 12, 2006

Thanks Cary...good to know I'm not crazy having a fav tree. #3695211

December 13, 2006

Breathtaking.Just kept looking..staring even.. #3698039

Melissa G. Meiselman January 24, 2007

WOW..this is a stunning finalist, Joy!! Congratulations!! #3860571

Revonda L. Gentry March 22, 2007

Wow!! I agree with Melissa! A big huge congrats.!! #4082048

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