Tree On Fire

© Chris N. Kyger

Tree On Fire

Uploaded: October 26, 2005

Description

Pine tree surrounded by golden fall Aspen's F16 1/60 145MM 100-300 Nikon

Exif: FNumber: 16, ExposureBiasValue: 0/6, ExposureTime: 1.66666666666667E-02, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: , WhiteBalance: manual white balance

Comments

Chaba Kasanitsky October 26, 2005

Very nice Chris #333134

Chris N. Kyger October 27, 2005

Chaba, Thanks for the comment! This was a rare site, normally it is the reverse, Pine's everywhere swallowing up the Aspens.
#2004627

Maya Johnson October 27, 2005

Chris,
Much better! :)
that is beautiful!
--Maya
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Peder Mageroy December 23, 2005

Not sure what happend, but there are lots of "white" spots in the picture. Oversharpening, or... brightness maybe? Other than that this is a great shot. #2218984

Cora Miller level-classic December 29, 2005

I like the way you isolated the lone pine among the vibrantly colored aspen. Nice shot, Chris. #2234325

Chris N. Kyger January 05, 2006

Thanks Cora and Peder for you comments, I really appreciate the input! #2255541

Tammy Scott January 09, 2006

This is simply gorgeous! #2270088

Lorri Shane January 22, 2006

Love the crop on this, Chris. The color is like fire!! #2324201

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