Where the Path Leads

© Mitch Spence

Where the Path Leads

Uploaded: January 15, 2017 05:25:56 | Entered: January 15, 2017 05:27:20


For the PG101 paths theme.

Catetory: Monthly Theme: fresh starts, new beginnings

Exif: F Number: 16, Exposure Bias Value: -0.67, ExposureTime: 1/40 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 800, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 18.00 mm, Model: NIKON D7100


Bob Cournoyer level-classic January 15, 2017

Bigger and better things in their future.....fine comp, and light/shadows... :-)
Happy Theme Day #1677603

Amanda D. Austwick level-classic January 15, 2017

Nice tones and lights/shadows with the couple as a focal point. #11554179

Carol Quina level-classic January 15, 2017

Beautiful capture. Great leading lines. Happy Theme Day. #11554213

Joy Rector January 15, 2017

beautiful #11554225

JO ANN CLEVELAND January 15, 2017

This is sooo pretty and peaceful Mitch!!! #11554270

Michele Peterson level-classic January 15, 2017

Love the brick pathway, and the light filtering through! #11554462

Martha R. Mazon level-classic January 16, 2017

The foreground shadows tell the story here, staying present while constantly in motion. The distant figures reinforce this idea. Excellent. #11554523

Nikki McDonald level-classic January 16, 2017

Nice use of the lines and patterns of the path - like Martha, I enjoy the shadows, especially the contrast between the naturally free-form shadows of the leaves and branches and the regularity of the lines and shapes of the bricks. #11554555

Amanda D. Austwick level-classic March 01, 2017

Congratulations on your Finalist! #11567209

Emile Abbott level-deluxe March 01, 2017

Nice light and shadows. Congrats on finalist #11567218

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