The picture was taken in a small forest in Aalborg, Denmark in early October. In the fall it rains quite a bit here, and the snails take to the trees to avoid getting too wet.
This is the 400th post of the I love forest blog. :)
The picture was taken today in Forest Hills, Pennsylvania. It's a small town not many miles outside of Pittsburgh. In that town there is a park surrounded by trees and at the very center of the park are open spaces for children and adults to play and run. It is not a large park but it IS very pretty.
The fall leaves are just right today. Read more at vanillaicing.typepad.com
Yosemite National Park - California 2009
US Forest Service PSA project
As proud parents, we love showing off all the pictures and paintings that our children create. Now these works of art can also win you a fantastic prize.
The Discover the Forest sweepstakes is an interactive photo/art sweepstakes that encourages kids to head into the forest and return with a photo or piece of artwork that somehow represents their journey. Simply upload the picture on our website and we’ll post the pictures on the gallery so your friends and family can check them out and even vote on the ones they like best.
All those that submit artwork are eligible to win a $100 or $1000 The North Face Gift Certificate! Also, anyone who votes is eligible to win a $50 The North Face Gift Certificate! It's a great incentive to get your families and friends to check out your child's masterpiece online.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts about this sweepstakes. You can check it out here: youcastcorp.com/r/discovertheforestsweeps
I took the photo during a field trip exploring the terrain for a themed trail which will help visitor enjoying this railway. It was built in the 19th century through a rough part of the Black Forest mountains - a real challenge for the engineer. He built a track with only few bridges but 34 tunnels - some making a loop inside the mountain.
Our trail will lead through a great diversity of different forests with some beautiful views on the still functional railways.
If I could take a piece of fall for you, and send it far away...I'd walk into any forest here.... close my eyes and cut away...a square.... just for you....This would be your piece. This would be my home..this is Ontario. This is Fall
Went out with Matt and Megan (no Flickr Account yet!!! and I mean YET) to Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington Ontario.
The forest is called the Fischer Tract and it is on an unlabeled path leading away from Route 13 in Newfield, New York. It is a special plot of old growth forest that has been protected and by nearby Cornell University.
Technically what you see in the picture isn't really old growth since I was standing at the edge of the plot looking back towards the way we entered the forest, so the most of the trees and underbrush in the picture are much younger.
This picture is about a forest nearby the famouse "Brabbia marsh" during an autumnal foggy morning: a real paradise for birdwatching nearby Varese (Lombardia, Italy).
Foto scattata ad Inarzo (Varese, Italia) durante una giornata nebbiosa.
HDR image obtained from 3 different RAW files with ±1ev bracketing.
Canon Eos 50D + Canon 24-105 @ 40mm, 1/125-1/250-1/500s, f/10, ISO640.
The shot I took was of a forest fire burning in northern Arizona on my way to Monument Valley. I stopped by the side of the highway and the smell of smoke was very powerful. There were still open flames in the brush and I took several shots, this one being the last. It was surprisingly peaceful, with just the sound of fire crackling in the distance.
Russia; Leica M6 Jupiter-12 35/2.8 f=2.8 (wide open)
This is a mingled wood with birches fir trees near Moscow (42 km to North-West), Povarovka Forest.
All herb and trees are wet and Sunshine througth the clouds is generated a very soft colors on the plants..
The autumn rain is not stopped and I used a big hand made lenshood - like umbrella for my Jupiter-12 (darkness in the corners)