Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Sunset faerie tree Cloonshecahill

Third post today and I know that I have posted this faerie tree before but as I have commented before, you can look at the same object every day and still see something new looking from a different angle, I have waited for a long time to get the Sun setting just right behind the tree and now I got it twice in 2 months

13 comments:

Leisha Camden said...

This is absolutely beautiful. You caught it perfectly. Congrats. :-)

Paz said...

Thks madam

findabair said...

Love the black branches in the foreground here - wow!! :)

Paz said...

thks madam

Hilðe said...

Adoreable!

Love the colours, and the black itemes makes it more real and mysterious!

Paz said...

thanks you madam, looking at your pictures you I have to say that the way you set up your pics you have a better eye than me

Hilðe said...

Heh, thanks, but it'a all about practising and experimenting! :)

Paz said...

thanks I feel better, a 35yr old getting advice from an 18yr old :D.
Just joking you have a natural eye for a good shot, I hate photographing people you do it quite well, I just take shots of scenery as I travel

Hilðe said...

*laughing*

I admit that I'm not that into taking pictures of people myself, either. BUT since I'm studying media and communication at school, the teachers expect me to take photos of everything and to use fake lightning (which I don't like - natural light is the best!) It's not that I don't find human beiings interesting, cause I really do, but some of them are just so impatients, and that's an annoying thing for a photographer! I'm lucky to have my familiy as models. ;)

Anyway, you have got to start somewhere, and I think you're on the way. :D

Paz said...

My brother was the photographer in the family, I used to only take shots on holidays, It was only when I changed jobs that I started taking photo's as a hobby to pass the time because some of these places are off the normal routes

Hilðe said...

Aha. What job did you have before?

Paz said...

I worked in an office, hadn't even a window

Hilðe said...

Shocking! I couldn't manage to breathe without a window! (The same way I can't live beiing away from the occean.)