Wednesday, October 18, 2006

autumn beech in mist


autumn beech in mist
Originally uploaded by gapyearwoman.

Really pleased with this shot, take in failing light and heavy mist

7 Comments:

Blogger nmj said...

Hey, that is a nice shot . . . I just read your previous post and was moved when you spoke of the difficulty of having massages, this is something I have never even realised might be an issue for women who've been through breast cancer. I agree about Trinny and Tranny, they should stick to clothes and drop these ridiculous psychologists' roles, I only saw the episode with the couple who had two autistic children, and it was so hard to watch Trinny and Tranny ask such intimate questions of the couple, though I think both did benefit from the clothes refurbishment.

6:38 pm  
Blogger PI said...

So you should be. It's magical.

6:38 pm  
Blogger apprentice said...

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7:09 pm  
Blogger apprentice said...

Thanks nmj. Yes i've approachd a few people about massage, and it tool quite a lot for me to ask, but they've always been pretty offputting. I've got the name of someone who'll come to the house, but she want me to run it by my oncologist first. I think people are afraid that micro mets, tiny aeas of cancer cells, might be lurking.

I like your T&T names the the "girls". They're so desparate to have a new look from the BEEB show. I saw the other show too, I was really shocked by the "when did you last have sex?" question, bet they wouldn't answer that one!

Thans Pi - I've put a similar colour shot on my micro stock site, it just got approved yesterday and it's already sold 6 times. I should treat it as art I know, but I use the cash to upgrade my kit, lenses and other expensive bits and pieces. And doing commercial things really teaches me what works, and improves my eye.

11:31 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That doesn't even look like a photograph. It looks like a drawing. Excellent. You have a good eye with perspective.

6:56 pm  
Blogger The Elusive Loo said...

Wow that's really beautiful There's something quite magical about black and white shots.

9:22 pm  
Blogger apprentice said...

Thanks all, ut was my "eye" that got me taking it more seriously, people kept telling I took unusual angles etc. Trick is to go low or high. I now have a remore release so you get really sharp shots, no camera wobble at all.

9:34 pm  

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