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Winter 04-05 Kimberley Hannaman Taylor

Flocked Pine

Stowe, VT

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mario .n29-Mar-2006 20:39
splendid photograph, these trees solidified by the white frost are of a beautiful effect!
Kimberley Hannaman Taylor24-Aug-2005 13:09
As I said in my comment, the unneccesary objects in the shot are the bar of the chairlift and I think (d'oh!) my hand shading the lens. Now, of course I could totally remove all the unwelcome objects, or simply crop it tighter in the case of the bar. But, then I would lose the background which so dramatically displays the perspective of the high the shot is...the valley extending beyond. Oooh, I can't wait for winter!!! Thanks again for taking the time to comment. KHT
Scott VanderStouw24-Aug-2005 04:32
i really enjoyed this shot... ...though after having lived in ny for 21 years, i definitely like not being in snow - you can get to it from here in the sonoran desert, but you don't have to...

it is a shame about the blurry object on the left though...
Kimberley Hannaman Taylor07-Jun-2005 13:38
When the snow has blown all night, and the sun is gloriously shining at the top of the mountain (this is Spruce)..there is an unearthly glow (as seen in several of my mountaintop shots). It's surreal and tremendously beautiful. The light makes this shot as the steel bar of the chairlift is in the way etc.
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