Holly Moore, PPSA  

Springtime in the Palouse by Holly Moore, PPSA

November 2023 - Springtime in the Palouse

About the Image(s)

This image was taken in June several years ago during a driving tour of the Palouse. It was taken using a 5D Mark IV Canon. Lens was a 24-70. Focal length was 50mm. Exposure was 1/320 sec, f/16 & ISO 320. Image was saturated and slightly cropped.

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7 comments posted

Charles Bartolotta   Charles Bartolotta
Unfortunately, your image is appearing very blurry on the screen, but I do get a better impression of it from the thumbnail. I think the four layers of color make for a rather artistic image. I think you got a nice balance of foreground to sky in this image.   Posted: 11/03/2023 11:31:15
Holly Moore   Holly Moore
Oh my gosh - Can't understand why it is blurred. I'll check my sizing etc of what I sent. Thanks for your comments.   Posted: 11/03/2023 16:41:12
Holly Moore   Holly Moore
Sorry about the blurring Charles. My fault as image was over the size limit and I wasn't paying attention. Stuart was kind to resubmit. Thanks again for commenting.   Posted: 11/05/2023 10:48:03
Charles Bartolotta   Charles Bartolotta
Certainly looks much better now.   Posted: 11/05/2023 17:48:59

Holly Moore   Holly Moore
Yup. Lesson learned.   Posted: 11/05/2023 18:00:54

Stuart Caine   Stuart Caine
One thing I like about this image, if you follow the orange flowers ,you can see the rolling as it goes from hill to another.   Posted: 11/15/2023 15:06:40
Holly Moore   Holly Moore
Thanks for your comment. Actually it's just dirt from a recent plow, and was more brownish red. When I increased the saturation the orange popped. Yes the rolling pattern across the scene was what caught my eye.   Posted: 11/15/2023 15:58:34