Is this an Ent?
- taba (1847)
- [2008-05-29 4:34]
I like the dense light of the deep forest here.
and it looks like an ent tree, yes..
I like most the light and the greens on the "ent" tree...
- aes_thor (2489)
- [2008-05-29 4:42]
Really magic place it must be- who knows, maybe after sunset they came to live;), very similar forests covered with moss I've seen in Scotland's Highland- looks really spooky, something like BlairWitch...
nice forest photograph, very natural.
- Hormon_Manyer (10251)
- [2008-05-29 8:37]
I also do like this type of forest photos very much, most of all if they are captured so well as this one. Perfect documentation of a subtropical Nothofagus forest, which differs so much from our woods!
Let me show You the "almost-brother" of Nothofagus, our Fagus sylvatica. Interesting difference.
Tfs, regards, László
- pekkavalo1 (6789)
- [2008-06-01 11:19]
On the road now and just marking now, will be back later...
- Mana (18598)
- [2008-06-01 23:56]
Outstanding forest view and the dense growth is portayed so beautifully. The moss filled undergrowth also looks to nice. Beautiful lighting and nice colours. Excellent POV and composition. Kudos.
- wuta (2142)
- [2008-06-02 9:48]
Hello Cris , It's a beauty tri , nice story haha , but it's a good shot good compositie colours light ,I like it , greetings Teunie .
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2008-06-04 8:54]
Hi Chris, splendid view of fascinating forest with wonderful great tree and fantastic colors, I like a lot, very well done, ciao Silvio
- arfer (0)
- [2008-06-05 7:50]
That forest looks enchanted.I can imagine it would be a spooky place on a foggy night.
The details are sharp with lovely rich,natural colours.
- Janice (18832)
- [2008-06-09 3:06]
This does look like a wet bush, especially with all that moss growing on the trees and ground.
Ents - yes, maybe this is one - I can see the arms raised up high.
Good find Chris