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At the Crossroads

At the Crossroads
Copyright ©2006, Udo Altmann
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It's still winter ...

Photographer: Udo Altmann
Folder: Frost, Ice, Snow
Uploaded: 02-Mar-2006 20:35 CET
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Camera: Olympus C5060
Exposure time: 1/15
Aperture: F8
Focal length: 45
Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 80
White balance: Clouds
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
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Image resized to: 533x800

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I have been looking forward to having some snow here in the Peak District so I can try some winter shots, but so far we've only had a small amount and it was gone in a short time, this is a nice scene Udo I think I will explore the road on the left.
Cheers Steve

Steve Elliott at 14:45 CET on 03-Mar-2006 [Reply]


> is a nice scene Udo I think I will explore the road on the left.

If you want to see it in detail:

I always take the left one on my way to work. But to be honest, it's only such romantic for 20 metres ...


Udo Altmann at 14:58 CET on 03-Mar-2006 [Reply]


What a wonderful trees,a magic forest...A very nice image.Maybe I will croped the picture lower (when the road goes on a part) or maybe not,maybe on the top of the hill,to see these amazing trees...anyway it is a good photo for me.I like yours forests and winthers photo.

karmen orlić gr?etić at 16:25 CET on 04-Mar-2006 [Reply]


Hello, just seen this image as it popped up as the random-image. I think it is amazing how such simple subject-matter can make such an strong image. Only trees and a crossing, but an awesome photographic outcome.
Regards Dietrich

Dietrich Gloger at 14:57 CEST on 26-Oct-2006 [Reply]


Thanks, Dietrich for your kind comments. I've been rather inactive for a while so it was really a surprise.

Indeed, I like the simple matter things, maybe because I like harmony ...


Udo Altmann at 19:58 CEST on 26-Oct-2006 [Reply]