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travel through the under growth

What do small animals see when they travel through the forest?  Perhaps if we take pictures at their eye level, we can get a good idea.

Snapped twigs, flattened plants, leaves and other forest trappings lay about. Where once an animal slept quietly protected by nearby undergrowth, others now travel.  Like photographers.

 


 

travel through the under growth

What do small animals see when they travel through the forest?  Perhaps if we take pictures at their eye level, we can get a good idea.

Snapped twigs, flattened plants, leaves and other forest trappings lay about. Where once an animal slept quietly protected by nearby undergrowth, others now travel.  Like photographers.

 


 

comments (19)

This looks soft enough to lay down on. You do a vary good job making these semi-macro plant shots work.
Kay: Martin, thank you so much for your compliment. The fern pictures are my favorites wink
It has an almost underwater quality of softness. I can imagine that I'm seeing through different eyes.
Kay: Red Pen, thank you for that wonderful comment!
Gorgeous soft shot.
Kay: Thank you, Michael!
  • E Etomi
  • Sweden
  • 29 Aug 2007, 06:57
Same thing I said about the look of plants moving in water.
Kay: Thank you so much!
  • Gale
  • Cape of Storms
  • 29 Aug 2007, 07:21
Lovely and soft.. could almost be underwater. This effect works so well.
Kay: Gale, thank you for the very nice comment!
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 29 Aug 2007, 07:22
There is definitely a wavy movement to this, Kay, so I can see why it looks like it could be under water. For me, I feel the lovely wind blowing through the forest. I wonder what it's saying!
Kay: Hi Ginnie,
The wind is probably asking us to stay for a while (I hope)!
Thank you!
  • shakara
  • Nigeria
  • 29 Aug 2007, 08:42
Enjoy and dicover the forest more .. I will chill here and continue telling you "Nice Shot". LOL
Kay: grin Thank you Shakara! I will indeed keep taking pictures of the forest...it's one of my most favorite places.
  • Magnus
  • Norway
  • 29 Aug 2007, 08:52
Nice softness in this one
A dreamy picture
Kay: Thank you so much, Magnus. Sweet dreams!
Love the treatment. It works so well with the subject. Lovely. (:o)
Kay: Thanks so much, Roz!
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 29 Aug 2007, 09:40
Your pp fits this picture to a T. I like the perspective that you are creating, but have a feeling that you have to go much lower to portray the field mouse viewpoint smile

Great picture.
Kay: Hi Louis,
Yes, I agree with you. A raccoon would better fit this point of view! Thank you!
very nice softtone.
Kay: Thank you, Chantal!
Looks dreamy! Nice Framing!
Kay: Thank you, as always, Nacha! wink
Great capture Kay and that blurry effect really softening the whole picture... nice compisition.
Kay: Thanks Florence! smile
WOW... I like the PP you've done ! Stunning shot !
Kay: Thank you, Ferdi! I love that Moon picture you took. It's amazing!
Very nice. I like the softness.
Kay: Thank you so much, Gail!
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 29 Aug 2007, 16:31
Kay when I went camping last weekend there was lots of ferns and brackens very much like this. Fantastic smile
Kay: You took some nice pictures when you were camping, too, Tracy! wink Thanks!
lovely softness and glow to the green leaves kay...
Kay: Thank you, Sam!
nice shot.
Kay: Thank you very much, Dotun!
Very nice post processing and great artistic picture ! Bravo !!
Kay: You are always so kind, Zeb! Thank you! wink

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