David Opie Howardon Nov 04
Judith Baker Montanoon Oct 31
This shot has so much going for it. The V shape of the green grass pointing to the horizon - brings the virwer right into the picture. The furrows or shadows to the right draws the viewer to the big tree. One side of the picture is alive and thriving the other side looks dead - why?
Thr photograph has definite strong horizontal bands which are pleasing the the eye.
Adrian Zissoson Oct 27
I like the dark band top & bottom. I possibly would have liked there to be fewer trees behind the lonely guy, but that would have had a impact on the rest of the composition - and I really like the green/brown line and the light/dark brown lines that lead to the centre. Also enjoy how the colorful trees in the back seem to be happy and partying which the dude at the front has been rejected. Nice.
Ricky Timson Oct 26
Gerald - I like this - really glad the foreground is not any darker, which can be so typical.
Gerald Stephenson Oct 26
I immediately thought of this tree for this weeks challenge, so off I ventured to capture an image. It is the first time I have ever seen the field plowed, but with the ever changing sky, I took a series of images to later select the most interesting. Very little post processing, a little crop, saturation and clarity changes.