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photoblog image ''The way  through the woods''  [Kipling]

''The way through the woods'' [Kipling]

 

Winter sunshine taken at the end of January.

''The way through the woods'' [Kipling]

 

Winter sunshine taken at the end of January.

comments (17)

  • Martin
  • United States
  • 1 Feb 2008, 00:42
Looks inviting and the warm tones are great!
Richard Trim: The camera can fool delightfully ... the long lens exaggerates the curving path quite beautifully. Cheers richard
Just my kind of place, Richard. Lovely soft light/
Richard Trim: Thanks Mary. Very close to suburban Leicester actually. richard
Hello Richard! This looks just like a path along the central coast of California called Los Osos. There was a small lake (just around the bend), and then farther on a little way, the ocean crashing on the shore. the path was frequented by fishermen, and also raccoons! Your photo makes me a bit homesick! It's a lovely shot that really captures the light and the freshness of the scene!
Richard Trim: Thanks Patrushka ...BUT Please please please don't get my adrenalin flowing with descriptions of ocean waves just round the corner. We live 80 miles from the coast (I know that is no distance at all in the States) and that is almost as far as you can get from the sea in England. richard
One of these days I will have to get me a Nikon... as Martin said, this is a very inviting scene.
Richard Trim: My budget DSLR was 'many days pay' a couple of years ago... The same model today could be found as a toy in the bottom of a cereal packet (Heck I'm showing my age Kellogs have moved on from such bribes). cheers richard.
Oh wow!

Magic!

Nothing more to say.
Richard Trim: i get the message Remi. cheers richard
Winding roads always lend a sense of mystery. Good lighting.
Richard Trim: Weak watery whimpish winter sunshine has that special feel.. thanks Ian. richard
Just my type of shot Richard. This is superb. Going straight to my likeys. Richard
Richard Trim: Glad you like it Richard .. I sort of guessed you might. But I have to explore a wider spectrum of themes from time to time.richard
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 1 Feb 2008, 10:53
Excellent - I like this kind of 'path pictures' where the path curls away into the woods.
Richard Trim: Long lens trickery did this Louis. richard
  • Bill Phillips
  • Droitwich...sunny at the moment
  • 1 Feb 2008, 11:37
My kind of picture Richard. Love it!
Richard Trim: Bill ...It doesn't always express itself so delightfully. richard
  • Astrid
  • the Netherlands
  • 1 Feb 2008, 13:19
Stunning lighting here, this is an inviting for a long walk.... (LOL at Larry, Nikon, I like it too grin)
Richard Trim: Glad you liked it Astrid. richard
  • blackdog
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Feb 2008, 15:43
A little more inviting than my "into the sun". Have a good weekend ;o)
Richard Trim: As much as I'm really enjoying B&W ... this looked better in winter colour. richard
  • tim
  • leeds, uk
  • 1 Feb 2008, 16:55
wonderful tones throughout Richardsmile looks a great place to walk were is it?
Richard Trim: Cheers Tim. It's actually the route of an old quarry railway line not five minutes from where I live. richard
Well caqptured: I always want to walk round the corner to see what's there

Probably another corner...
Richard Trim: Seems like you are a nosey old bugger Chris. ;-) richard
  • anniedog
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Feb 2008, 23:31
An inviting looking path with the dappled sunlight on it. Wonder what is round the corner.
Ingrid
Richard Trim: ... more of the same actually Ingrid. richard
  • mal
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 3 Feb 2008, 21:34
that's a gorgeous shot Richard, beautiful dreamy mood to this one. mal
Richard Trim: Saw your comment on someon else's blog expressing a very similar shot though in black and white and so I had a sneaky feeling you would like this one. cheers richard
This is a likey for me! Lovely way!
Richard Trim: Many Thanks Jose. richard
What a lovely shot. Wish i was there.
Richard Trim: Thanks Jamoula ... it's five minutes walk from where I live on the edge of Leicester. richard

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