Same View about a Month Ago

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Erik van den Ham on February 16, 2009

Hello Poly how wonderful you noticed the map. It's a very special area with great landscape. The map shows it perfectly.

Erik

Jörn KH on February 17, 2009

You've got the right moment for this shot. Perfect light due to the warm color of the low sun! And of course this image also could be titled as "Portray of a lonely bird" ;)

Well done! Greetings, Jörn

Erik van den Ham on February 17, 2009

Hallo Tonia gewoon blijven hopen! Ik hoop op voorjaar en warmte.

Hello Jörn and welcome to my gallery.Thank you for your nice comment on this picture. Although the bird is not the real star in this scene I like to thank you for suggesting that title.

Hya, Bruce they where really nice, I always like some good pastels. Thanks for your visit.

Erik

yves floret on February 17, 2009

Bonsoir Erik!

Superbe composition et je la préfère avec cette blanche couche de givre. Bravo pour cette très belle image.

Amitiés de Savoie, Yves.

dsw_558 on February 18, 2009

Beautiful! Just a pity you shopped off the tree at the far left.

Erik van den Ham on February 18, 2009

Bonjour Yves et merci beaucoup pour cet aimable commentaire.

Amitiés, Erik

dsw think I do not share your opinion on that. Thank you for your comment.

Greetings, Erik

catlien zoet on February 18, 2009

Prachtige zachte kleuren Erik. Mooie omgeving daar he. We hebben daar ook rondgereden en genoten.

Erik van den Ham on February 18, 2009

Ja dat is het zeker, Polytropos wees me op de kaart en de mooie lijnen die er op te zien zijn. Weet niet of je dat al was opgevallen. Het is net een golf door het landschap.

Erik

catlien zoet on February 18, 2009

Ja, nu je het zegt! Alle veldjes lopen dezelfde kant op, mooi ook als je het iets verkleind.

Ian Stehbens on March 2, 2009

That hour before sunset is the magic time for landscape photography, isn't it? The 5-4-2 trees must almost be a renowned landmark for the people of the village, and if they are not then Erik's quality photography and GE will be making them so.

Kind regards,

Ian

Erik van den Ham on March 2, 2009

Thank you Ian especially for this 'winterwonderland' the soft light works extremely well. Funny I somehow noticed the trees where kinda special but now you pointed that sequence out, I really notice them.

Best regards, Erik

Ian Stehbens on March 2, 2009

Perhaps the trees were planted to celebrate occasions when the national (or local) football team won the championship: 5-0; 4-0; 2-0.

Ian

Erik van den Ham on March 2, 2009

Just love your fantasy Ian. I think the true reason could be less romantic these poplars are not really strong trees. I suspect they started out as a straight row without those gaps. Some of them perhaps where ill and were removed. In fact I don't really know, but your idea I like better!

Erik

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on February 24, 2011

Superb image..Love those delicate colours and your chosen viewpoint captures the dense cold ambience of a harsh winters day!

Nice work!

Cheers

jim

Kostadinos delta on April 3, 2014

Very beautiful photo ! L

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