Monday, August 28, 2006

STATELY TREES


Sorry this is an old picture from my old Fuji Finepix taken at Felbrigg Hall which is a National Trust property in Norfolk close to where my mum lives. I am going to see mum on Friday but I doubt I will get time to go there and redo it. Besides it means leaving mum on her own while I go off. Due to poor quality of pic I have buzzed it and added more contrast. Not all the pics I buzz are poor quality but I do find it is a way of making something of them.

6 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WOW! I really like this!

I wonder if it would be better if it were crapped halfway up through the open space it the bottom and the benches clones out. Not sure without trying.

But it may have been a bad picture, but I like it NOW!!!!

moo said...

Yes you are probably right. That won't take too long

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

One more thing--if you do decide to enter this--I wonder if you can straighten the horizon without losing too much of the trees. I realize ther was probably a hill there or something--but it MIGHT look better in the context of this picture as is now is if the two trails were at the same level? Not lkmpnsure.

valerie said...

I covered the benches to see what the photo would look like without them and I didn't like it as well, the bench gives it depth, and its almost an invisible person looking and deciding whic trail to take.. nice effects. now don't take this wrong, but a good sympathy card cover, died and walking into the sunset..... understand??

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I agree thast the benches give it depth, and I agree it would make a nice sympathy card. I DO like this photo, but in this case, I like the other better (still). Mary :-D

moo said...

I shall remember this next time I have to send a sympathy card! Thanks for the inspiration Val!