The Verdant Copse June 22, 2015 | drawandshoot The fading light of the summer solstice. [A long exposure with a burst of flash and camera movement] © Karen McRae, 2015 Share this:SharePinterestEmailTumblrFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
20 thoughts on “The Verdant Copse”
Gorgeous Karen! The movement and tones are just perfect!
Thank you, Adrian! It’s rather low quality & low light but there is something about it I like.
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Like a oil painting. Wonderful.
Such great depth in the green…it conveys a great mood.
This really reminds me of German Expressionist painting. I love the density and musical stabs of “paint”.
At first, I read this as “the verdant corpse,” and I was a bit worried — I thought, Wow, Karen’s going in a new direction with her photography! I was glad to see that I was wrong. Lovely image!
You’ve captured the very last solstice rays! Excellent, Karen! 🙂
I love it when you go “there”! Beautiful shot!
Super , as per usual, so well executed.
Oh now this is absolutely wonderful, Karen. It looks very much like a painting which, for me, is a very valued attribute. Wonderful photography – and thank you for summarising your technique. Adrian
Happy Solstice, Karen.
Have recently experienced the winter solstice and looking forward to summer.
Summer is here. Your depth of color is wonderful and I love the subtle detail in the understory.
beautiful, like a painting, and such rich tones.
This would look fantastic printed and framed in my home – I love this piece. I love all your work but this one has really caught my eye.