- February 25, 2012 at 10:13 pm #2040Jack MacDEstablished MemberUSA, St. Louis, MO and Phoenix, AZJoin Date: Jun 2011Posts: 367Currently using:
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Well the snow finally fell yesterday. So I caught a few shots before the snow on branches melted away.
This is a merge from 4 images with the S120mm then cut into the triptych.
Proof only, not ready to print.
Kurt, see what you are missing? Actually this winter there was not much of this.
Next week transporting to Arizona.
- February 26, 2012 at 10:53 am #2041Pete WalentinNew MemberJoin Date: Jul 2011Posts: 195Offline
Nice. Really like the composition.
- February 26, 2012 at 4:40 pm #2044David KFrequent MemberJoin Date: Jun 2011Posts: 199Offline
Well done Jack. Love the muted winter tonality. And the tree in the left panel works well as a standalone image too.
- February 26, 2012 at 10:38 pm #2046Mark GowinFrequent MemberJoin Date: Jan 2011Posts: 253Offline
You never cease to amaze me with your triptych vision. I like it.
- February 26, 2012 at 10:40 pm #2047Kurt KamkaFrequent MemberJoin Date: Jun 2011Posts: 70Offline
Nice job, Jack! Look at those grey skies … they are so appropriate for the time of year. I’m very glad it’s been a manageable winter for the upper midwest this year … it figures that it’d be an easy winter the year that I’m away.
You are becoming the master of triptychs. I really like how they force the viewer to consider the sum as well as the parts of a scene.
Have fun in sunny Arizona. I’ll be waiting to see some Joshua Tree triptychs.
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