6.10.2009

exploring the forest






(sony alpha 100, sigma 28-135 mm lens)

10 comments:

georgia b. said...

cool!

i love the length and height that you seem to have intentionally conveyed and highlighted in these shots—and how you seem to have purposefully made them all portrait shots to further that.

i love forests. i love being under a canopy of trees and filtered light.

Char said...

love these shots. the juxtaposition of your size and the giant trees makes a great story.

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Oh how I would have loved to stroll around this forrest with you...exploring all there is the see. Great shot of the tree hanging over.
And my god, how many camera's do you have girl....;-)

Sarah said...

What amazing trees-what are they? Redwoods come to mind but I am not good at identifying trees! Love the delicate thistle below too.

Chris said...

I think they're some sort of pine trees, but I'm not sure. These were on Maui at the base of a volcano. This particular area looked just like the continental west, which was really interesting!

Kcalpesh said...

Nice compositions. You've shot them all in a different lovable perspectives... Awsome!!!

elk said...

amazing ~ just wild looking one better than the next!

yoon see said...

Love the feeling into the woods and getting so intune with the nature.
The twilight, shadow....
Wow! So satisfying....
I am feeling the rush to have a stroll here:)

alterdom said...

Hi Chris!

All this shoot is wonderfull...i like your look for the world!

kiss from South France

alterdom said...

I love this series wooded, Giant!