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Snowy Tracks

By mrk
January 5th, 2010

Poland, 04.01.2010.

Nikon D80, Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye lens.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: ImRegen
about 12 years ago
What a special sight of point!!!
I wonder where it is?
Anyway, really great shot of snow.
Posted By:       
about 12 years ago
I really liked, mrk. Thank you very much!

A year of happiness to all. My sincere wishes to all who make the IFL works.

Posted By: stubulman
about 12 years ago
This is real photography, putting the viewer right into the scene. I can feel the cold and a sense of isolation. It also spurs the thought that you should be really careful not to get caught on that snowy crossing. The road to the left of scene goes who knows where. Good job.
Posted By: lerch84
about 12 years ago
I voted for it just this morning..i like the sense of infinity and solitude this shot make me feel..and the fisheye effect is fantastic!
Posted By: Joost
about 12 years ago
This is not what i expect from ifl to be honest...

looks like the loupe system is corrupted like hell.
This comment is rated: immature
Posted By: LTD602
about 12 years ago
@ Joost:

It's a beautiful, technically well done shot. What's the problem?
This comment is rated: insightful
Posted By: Yorkie X
about 12 years ago
Not sure what to think about this one, personal taste is a funny thing we each have our own idea about that ...
Posted By: sugarmountain
about 12 years ago
I personally like this photo. I find it strange that someone who doesn't like it gets labeled as "immature" and someone who likes it as "insightful". Wouldn't "Agree" and "Disagree" be more appropriate. I don't consider someone who doesn't agree with me to necessarily be "immature".
Posted By: Geosim
about 12 years ago
Really like this one, well done.

@sugarmountain - it's because the person who you interpret as not liking the photo didn't even say as much, instead launching into unfounded accusations of corruption. That, to me, is immature.
Posted By: sugarmountain
about 12 years ago
Hi Geosim - It's no so much that this person's comment was labeled as "immature" that I might object to - it's that the only choices are "insightful" and "immature". Just seems like "name-calling" to me. If I were to "rate" Joost's comments, I would have said "off-topic".
Posted By: Dragon20000
about 12 years ago
beautiful picture
but i don't like black and white color
Posted By: sugarmountain
about 12 years ago
I would like to see a "color" version of this for comparison. My guess is that black & white is a good choice for this photo. Ansel Adams wasn't exactly chopped liver.
Posted By: DVS
about 12 years ago
It's a masterpiece! Thanks!
Posted By: gelsomino
about 12 years ago
I remember the day when this pic was in the Loop and I think that it is a nice photography, but there were better ones displayed. This doesn't appear as a "clean" vote.
Posted By: Dimethios
about 11 years, 12 months ago
Beautiful, I love the depth and the crispness of the shot.
Posted By: Bojan Marsetich
about 11 years, 12 months ago

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