Monday, April 28, 2008

Community Challenge•Landscapes in Black & White•JUDGED

 

JUDGED Category

Take a Landscape photo in B & W or transform a photo into    
B & W. You can sepia tone the image, frame it, but keep in mind when framing, not to take
away from the image. 

 

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                              Quechee, Vermont

 

22 comments:

katerh99 said...

Description. Placid.

lanurseprn said...

Wow...absolutely beautiful!
Pam

radar446 said...

This is a great entry Chelle.  You have used a classic leading line taking your through the  photograph.  The water is so serene and inviting.

Greg

rbrown6172 said...

very pretty.  :)
gina

nightmaremom said...

love it
d

robinngabster said...

Beautiful!  Makes me want to dip my feet in that water.

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nanmm11 said...

Very relaxing and peaceful looking
Nancy

nhd106 said...

Chelle,
That is so pretty and soothing.  I love how it draws you in with the lines of the water.   Nice framing too!!  ; )
When were you there?

Love ya,
Nance

rdautumnsage said...

This photo looks so serene and peaceful hon! (Hugs) Indigo

queeniemart said...

Gorgeous pic. I like black and white pics.
XO

mariebm56 said...

Nice curve in the water line, drawing your eye into the landscape.  
Very peaceful...
::::::sigh::::::!
Marie

chat2missie said...

Very pretty.
Missie

belaf02 said...

very nice !  I like that frame effect.
betsy

cmishvicki said...

Chelle, you've GOT to tell me how to find this river in Vermont (going up there in May or June to shoot this kind of image!). It's great!
Vicki

helmswondermom said...

This is a great b & w picture.  Love the composition.
Lori

lifes2odd said...

Nice choice! I love the curve and nice job on the framing too.
Martha :-)

fasttrack58 said...

WOW!!
Linda :)

monicasmemoirs said...

I think I just need a small raft to float on and the scene is perfectly complete! :-)  Nicely done, without doubt!

Monica
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oddb0dkins said...

I like the framing you used. Great shot.

B.
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madcobug said...

Beautiful! Helen

sassydee50 said...

I love the curve of the river and the shadows. Great framing job too! Deb ;-)

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fremoris said...

I have been disappointed ever since a scatter of mutton displaced your sensuous Quechee, Vermont river pic in this Community Challenge.  How is it possible for a heart-throb shot of animals to win a LANDSCAPE photography contest?  Isn’t that a different category altogether?  Remove the cute woolies and you have a nondescript pasture unworthy of any landscape photo whatsoever.  And how can telephone poles in a ditch snare the second spot?  I don’t know, Chelle.  I think you wuz robbed - big time.  You clearly submitted the winning landscape photo.
Uncle Bill
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