Today’s The Daily Shoot’s assignment is: “The warmth of wood takes on many shapes and forms. Make a photograph of something made of wood today.”
I was sitting there all day wondering what I could shoot for today’s assignment when it hit me, there’s this cool wooden bridge on a local trail that I sometimes hike on, well woot! I realize it’s a very busy photo, but it is a very “busy” trail this time of year with all the leaves off and about! Enjoy…
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I like this immensely. And I like the POV just as it is – kind of a small creature’s eye view. I could imagine a wood mouse investigating from there.
Kind of reminds me of the ‘Little People’ website. I won’t link to it in case you’re not interested, but it’s a fun site of miniature people left to fend for themselves in the big world… this kind of perspective.
Look at those boards and the chipping wood. Love it. What detail!
Hello Val, thank you for stopping by. My youngest daughter has been taking photos over the last year or so and I love the PoV! It’s always so interesting the things that she “see’s” which seem to be lost from an adult’s point of view. 😀
I love the low perspective on this. I find this to be a very strong image.
Thank you, I love that there are just so many great places around here to photograph. 🙂
you there !
mr.uncle figure !
where is this ! ? it looks cool ! i wanna go there .
Kami!!! It’s over by the Casino…next time you are up here I will so take you there (the trail…not the casino). Miss ya much 😀
Awesome perspective and lovely low POV. I like the inclusion of fallen leaves in the foreground – gives the sense of change in season. Nice job David!
Thank you Sasi, I am a sucker for a low PoV!
I like it! Nice composition.
Why thank you Jolene! 😀
I like this. I don’t necessarliry agrre that it is busy though. There are definitely several elements in here, but there is no mistaking the strong leading lines. I actually would have preferred the image to be slightly darker. Nice job.
Thank you for the comments Wes, darker eh? hhmmm…
Nice perspective. I like the angle of the shot with the curb right up close…and the fall colors. What beautiful scenery you have by you.
What kind of lens did you use?
Thank you Nancy! I used my Tokina AT-X PRO SD 11-16 f2.8 (IF)DX, I love it!
This reminds me of this gorgeous hiking trail in cape breton that my family visits every year 🙂
I hope you have fond memory’s from the hikes! It’s great to hear when something you have captured through the glass can bring back memories for someone. 🙂
I like this although, I would have preferred it bang smack in the middle, with a slightly high pov, i.e. to make the lines parallel. I wonder how it would look in sepia.
Hmmm…sepia…I may just have to try that!