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14 Comments on Scenes from the morning’s walk: Details

  1. Certainly no shortage of details in nature. I wonder if anyone has ever calculated the amount of mega/Terabytes of info we process on an average walk?
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  2. My goodness, these have a lovely feel to them. Which iPhone do you have? Did you post-process these?
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  3. Art in nature is everywhere, even on our walks. Have a good weekend, Earl!
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  4. Paul Maxim // 9 Feb ’13 at 8:12 am // Reply

    Personally, I think that this type of photography is where smartphones are at their best. I don’t think they perform all that well when trying to capture the “grand landscape”. Or people, even. But they do very well, I think, in these semi-abstractions.

    These are all very good, Earl. If it were me, I think I’d try the first one in black and white, though. I really like the image, but for me the green distracts a bit.

    No pictures like this for me this weekend. Too much of the damned white stuff out there………

    • Paul, I agree this type of photo seems to be a sweet spot for most phone cameras. Interesting observation about the first photo…I actually desaturated the green in this one because I felt it was overpowering. The original green was extreme.

      I hope for a little of the white stuff this winter…but not as much as you guys get.

  5. I particularly love the first image – I feel like I can reach out and touch the soft moss. The different shades of green and blue are fabulous too… wonderful work.
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  6. Great textures, Earl. I’m particularly drawn to the second leaf photo, and the lighting.
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  7. Very nice shots
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