Rediscovering landscape

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  1. Hertz van Rental

    Hertz van Rental TPF Noob!

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    I haven't taken a serious landscape for over 10 years but I have decided to explore it again and here's the first result. It's also the first picture taken with my new DSLR. This is as it came out of the camera apart from being much reduced in file size.
    Lincolnshire by the Ermine Way just after a snow shower.
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    Very bleak! That endless flat expanse reminds me of norfolk.
     
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    I like the double track disappearing into nowhere.
     
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    Very interesting capture, especially the tire tracks vanishing in the distance.

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    oh damn, really good shot Hertz. keep 'em coming, you're discovering photography again :D
     
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    Nice :) I like the vanishing point and misty look. What DSLR do you have?
     
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    The mist was actually steam coming off the field. 10 mins before it had been covered in snow.
    Olympus E300.
     
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    Wow, that is SO cool. Printworthy, even! =D
     
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    Great photo! The steam/mist really makes this shot a standout I think.
     
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    Really nice shot. The steam is the most interesting part of the photo for me. I think it really adds to the mood of the picture.
     
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    i really like the mood of the shot, and dissapearing tracks...did you follow them? -;)
     
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    How do you know I didn't make them because I thought the picture needed them? ;)


    (Actually I didn't - but I have been known to do things like that :Joker: )
     

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