Title: Witches Wood

Capture Date/Time: March 17 2005 23:13
Camera: Canon 10D
Lens: 28-200mm f/3.5
Focal Length: 100mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/5.6 - 1/90 sec
ISO: 100
Flash: None

Once again Archie has honored me with posting priveledges while he is away. In my last posts at Whateverland I tried to stick to categories within the realm of what Archie might have posted (People & Architecture). For the next few days I will explore different techniques and themes portraying some of the rural and less traveled areas of California. The following picture was taken down a lonely and obscure dirt road in the heart of Central California off of Highway 99. I really liked how spooky it turned out. I also wanted to announce that I just launched my new photoblog at http://www.terraspirit.com so if you have some time check it out.


6 commentsAdd yours

03.18.05/11:03 AM Paulo Ribeiro said:

Great use of the depth of field... The branches do look somewhat spooky.

03.18.05/12:42 PM mot said:

great depth, love the b/w in this one !

03.18.05/02:32 PM miles said:

Rocking shot, love the perspective and tones.

03.19.05/01:01 AM potty said:

so nicely organized. what kind of trees are they?

03.19.05/02:36 AM Smallest Photo said:

Very nice DOF and a great perspective.

03.22.05/02:00 PM Alec Long said:

Excellent use of shallow focus.