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Running in the Woods

Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 16 March 2009 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

An abstract photo that I took yesterday in the woods that edge our village. It's partly inspired by one of my favourite photos by Edward Steichen: http://photos1.blogger.com/photoInclude/blogger/5406/570/1600/poi%20steichen.jpg

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NIKON D40 1/13 second F/29.0 ISO 200 75 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Mike from Lichfield, United Kingdom

I like this. The foreground colours are very pleasing to the eye.

16 Mar 2009 6:43am

@Mike: Thanks Mike!

lydia from Paris, France

I love this one ,it's like an abstact painting too !Beautiful !

16 Mar 2009 7:40am

@lydia: Thanks Lydia!

IanSmith from London, United Kingdom

Nicely done Ian!
It has just the right amount of elements to keep your eyes looking.

16 Mar 2009 9:05am

@IanSmith: Thanks Ian!

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

interesting and beautiful abstraction Ian, I love it !

16 Mar 2009 9:30am

@Anna.C: Thanks Ana!

Scene by Sharon Photography from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

absolutely beautiful - love it

16 Mar 2009 9:30am

@Scene by Sharon Photography: Thanks Sharon!

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Bokey Abstract, You do run the talk...love this Ian :)

16 Mar 2009 10:58am

@Lorraine: Thanks Lorraine :-)

john4jack from Corvallis, United States

Marvelous abstract.

16 Mar 2009 1:15pm

@john4jack: Thanks very much!

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

Elegant and suggestive, that would give a cool print.

16 Mar 2009 4:02pm

@MadScientist: Thanks!....elegant sounds good!

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

Nice abstract. I like the subtle yet rich greens and golds.

16 Mar 2009 6:18pm

@Laurie: Thanks very much Laurie....I should really try more of this semi-abstract photography as I really enjoy it when I make the effort.

paulski from Muncie, IN, United States

beautiful, evocative abstract...

16 Mar 2009 6:45pm

@paulski: Thanks very much paulski!

Cheryl from Texas, United States

beautiful abstract

16 Mar 2009 7:54pm

@Cheryl: thanks for that Cheryl!

Ilan from Israel

Very original outcome . I love the mood here, looks like a scene from a horror movie!

Awesome work!

16 Mar 2009 9:38pm

@Ilan: Thanks!....I suppose it does have a hint of 'Blair Witch Project' about it although that wasn't my intent at the time.

Jörg from Flensburg, Germany

love it ! Took one of this kind by myself one day! Great !

17 Mar 2009 10:45am

@Jörg: Thanks very much....I'd like to see it!

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

Nicely done Ian.

17 Mar 2009 11:40am

@Viewfinder: Thanks very much Glenn!

Kate Day from United Kingdom

Hi, Just found your blog and wow what a shot to start with! I love it. And thanks for sharing the links to Hugh Poon and John Leech. Looking forward to exploring more of your work.

17 Mar 2009 5:12pm

@Kate Day: Thanks Kate....hey, does this mean I'm famous now I've been 'spotted' by The Telegraph! :-)

jelb from France

Bonsoir,
Nice abstract shot..Good idea..Bravo!

17 Mar 2009 10:58pm

Ralf Kesper from Attendorn, Germany

It´s look like the cover of the the Band The Cure - The Forrest. I like this Music ans also this picture here.

21 Mar 2009 7:53pm

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

Absolutely stunning! I love this style so much...you have mastered it!

3 Apr 2009 12:37pm

NIKON D40
1/13 second
F/29.0
ISO 200
75 mm (35mm equiv.)