nigelclack

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This is a very strange but compelling image Nigel. Is it streched in some way?
Nigel Clack: Nope i think it's just the crop and shape of the trees that give that impression.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 27 Oct 2008, 09:22
You are right about the crop and the trees - they do give this strange impression of stretching. A striking landscape.
Ingrid
Nigel Clack: Thanks Ingrid
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 27 Oct 2008, 10:46
Did you chase away the safari animals, Nigel?

Anyway, the trees are looking good.
Nigel Clack: This was in transit
  • Ellie
  • United Kingdom
  • 27 Oct 2008, 11:58
Nice.

I thought the same as the others, that these trees had been squashed somehow, odd illusion isn't it?
Nigel Clack: Yes it is odd, I dont know whether is has to do with the hill rising or the tractor marks.
  • Dr A. W!
  • the states
  • 27 Oct 2008, 13:45
interesting image nig.
i sorta looks like you flattened it in pp though
Nigel Clack: Cheers, not guilty, pure natural confusing landscapesmile
  • sherri
  • United States
  • 27 Oct 2008, 14:13
Very artistic...I love it!
Nigel Clack: Glad you dosmile
What a superb image of these beautiful and delicate trees. I like the crop!
Nigel Clack: Thanks Richard
Very interesting. I'm guessing that this is still Africa. Savannah trees have broad canopies like this I believe. But the ground is curious -is it hard baked mud? What makes it seem so white?
Nigel Clack: Yep its close to the Mara (East). This field is farmed and has recently been harvested, the white is a combination of sun and a bit of over processingwink
would be happy to hang that on my wall Nigelsmile
Nigel Clack: Would be happy to swap for one of yoursgrin
Magical picture Nig.
Nigel Clack: Thanks very much Bill for the Likey, it's nice that people see the same beautysmile
  • FLOOG
  • The valleys of a contented soul
  • 27 Oct 2008, 20:51
Really striking for all the reasons previously detailed.

Spectacular and visually intriguing
  • JJ
  • United States
  • 27 Oct 2008, 23:34
it is a wonderful capture, and nicely processed, the shape of the trees are very interesting

Just curious which plugins do you use, just starting to try and learn photoshop myself
Nigel Clack: Google virtualphotographer, this was a gradient map in CS3 thoughsmile
  • Kay
  • United States
  • 4 Feb 2009, 03:20
Lovin this shot, Nigel. Great light and processing.

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