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September 9, 2006
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Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D70
Shutter Speed
10/30 second
Aperture
F/4.0
Focal Length
10 mm
Date Taken
Apr 5, 2006, 6:08:10 PM
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Contemplate by gilad Contemplate by gilad

Nothing is more rewarding than to sit in the shade, let the wind stroke your face and contemplate other people's problems, and while you feel the deep sense of grief and loss for others, your life will always seem to smile upon you.

That's cynicism, and it's the basic rule of getting perspective on life.
After all, you need some cynicism to be optimistic going through life knowing death is coming your way, no matter what you do.


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Volfson park in Ramat Gan.
Sigma 10-20mm + Infra Red filter (Hoya R72).
I wanted the low angle to clear the back frame of all the houses behind that small hill. It worked.

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:icongrinylowred:
grinylowred Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2007
its perfect and the qoutes are very touching too... i love it... keep it up
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:iconyuniarko:
yuniarko Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2007
surealsm... excellent work
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PaulineWeglin Featured By Owner May 31, 2007
I love all of your photos! Great really!
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:iconmagdoo:
magdoo Featured By Owner May 26, 2007
such beautiful colours :)
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:iconhzreh:
hzreh Featured By Owner May 25, 2007   Photographer
awesome ... beautiful tone! :)
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:iconhzreh:
hzreh Featured By Owner May 25, 2007   Photographer
awesome ... beautiful tone! :)
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:icondorsa123:
Dorsa123 Featured By Owner May 16, 2007
did you use any flashes or extra lighting for this shot? if not, then how did you light up the tree?
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:icongilad:
gilad Featured By Owner May 17, 2007  Professional Photographer
You're trying to examine this one like regular photography but it's not. It was done with an Infra Red filter [link]
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Dorsa123 Featured By Owner May 17, 2007
no i understand it was done with a infra red filter but i fail to see how the lighting was done on the tree. was it natural light at the perfect position? at about dusk because your appeture was open and the shutter was still at 1/3.
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:icongilad:
gilad Featured By Owner May 17, 2007  Professional Photographer
All natural. Flash of artificial light has no effect in Infra Red
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