Nord falster Denmark.25-11-2010., by Peder Winge
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pewidane (real name Peder Winge) is a very versatile and familiar photographer here on DPNow and one of his specialties is landscape studies of the rural area where he lives in Denmark. Peder took this picture only yesterday and as you can see the winter snow had already reach Denmark, has it had don in Scotland and North Eastern England. The lighting in this shot is just wonderful, with the undefined dark grey skies right above, being separated by more detailed back-lit clouds lower down near the horizon, and the gentle lighting from beyond the lonely looking tree on the snowy foreground. There's not much more to say except view it and enjoy it.
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DPNow.com Picture of the Day, Friday - 26th November 2010
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