Monday, April 07, 2008

Tiny Photographer

tiny photographer
In my ongoing project to photograph the twin oaks field at every season, I returned up to the top of the hill to get the early-spring view. Regular visitors to this blog have seen a version of this shot in midsummer, lushly green, and midwinter, when every branch was coated in snow. I had a helper this trip, and one of her functions was to help make sure you got a sense of the size and scale of these trees!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice reminder. I like this one and the tiny figure gives the whole scene a great scale not so obvious, to me, in the earlier posts. I like the photo you posted today. Nice work.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio where you can see a tiny fly on a honey bee's wing.

6:49 AM  
Anonymous Greg said...

I like todays photo. Looking at the picture on the DP portal it looked more like a painting than a photo!

8:30 AM  
Blogger Olivier said...

superbe paysage, et belle composition avec le jeune photographe.

Beautiful landscape and beautiful composition with the young photographer.

12:22 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Stunning! I have loved this series and am so happy your photography assistant was on hand to give this sense of scale. I look forward to further seasonal views. It's become a bit of a mythical place for your viewers, as has the pond. We want to keep journeying with you.
Seattle Daily Photo

5:12 PM  

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