on s'est préparé pour l'hiver...

Posted by vu@granby (Granby, Québec, Canada) on 2 February 2008 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

© Gilles Martineau 2008

▼ vu@granby c'est 36 photographes - 36 contributing photographers


« ... on s'est préparé pour l'hiver,
le bois est coupé et fendu... »

« ... we prepared for the winter,
wood is cut and split... »


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À tous nos visiteurs : merci de vos commentaires !
Visitors: thank you for your comments!

aggie from Singapore, Singapore

Very interesting foreground of the snow covered logs.

2 Feb 2008 5:55am

@aggie: Thank you for your comment,
Wolfgang

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

It gives a very rural but cozy image. We have similar piles around our house which are pleasing because you know you will stay warm

2 Feb 2008 6:26am

@Michael Skorulski: For most people here wood stoves are only a secondary heating system, but they do give a very cosy heat...
Thanks for your comment,
Wolfgang

Daroru from Amagasaki, Japan

Very rustic!

2 Feb 2008 7:23am

@Daroru: You are right!
Wolfgang

Scarabaeus from Manchester, United Kingdom

Another snow picture! I like the piles of chopped would, it makes it look very natural and rustic. No snow where I am yet.

2 Feb 2008 11:37am

@Scarabaeus: For us snow is a fact of life from November to April.... Thanks for your visit,
Wolfgang

Tali from Serendipity, United States

Neat Winter Photo!

2 Feb 2008 1:37pm

@Tali: Glad you like Gilles Martineau's photo,
Wolfgang

Eleftheria, 9 years old, from Athens, Greece

Your photos are really beautiful. Thank you.

2 Feb 2008 3:09pm

@Eleftheria, 9 years old,: Thanks in the name of all of us here at vu@granby,
Wolfgang

Michael Rawluk from Prince George, Canada

That is my childhood. Summer and fall spent splitting, hauling and stacking.

2 Feb 2008 4:12pm

@Michael Rawluk: When it's more or less a hobby it's nice, but when it's a neccessity it becomes very tedious. Thanks for your comment,
Wolfgang

Carmen Lapierre from Granby, Canada

Tres belle photo, bien pensé.
Félicitations.

2 Feb 2008 5:40pm

@Carmen Lapierre: Merci au nom de Gilles Martineau,
Wolfgang

Sandra Rocha from Alfândega da Fé, Portugal

Excelente registo.

2 Feb 2008 8:30pm

@Sandra Rocha: Obrigado Sandra!
Wolfgang

Michael from Wuppertal, Germany

I love those winterscenes. Today we had the first "real snow".

2 Feb 2008 8:51pm

@Michael: Sollen wir ein paar Blizzards rüberschicken? Vielen Dank für den Kommentar,
Wolfgang

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Très belle prise de vue. Quel manteau!

2 Feb 2008 8:55pm

@standley: Un manteau tout blanc... Merci au nom de Gilles Martineau,
Wolfgang

Illuci from Hurdegaryp, Netherlands

Très belle photo d'hiver! Aussi grande composition. Un plaisir de le regarder, merci bien!

2 Feb 2008 9:59pm

@Illuci: Merci pour le compliment,
Wolfgang

Anne from Granby, Canada

Très belle photo... vraiment typique au Québec.. la seule petite chose est que l'on voit pas de différence entre la neige du tas de bois et du paysage de fond.. est-ce ca de la surexposition...?

2 Feb 2008 10:22pm

@Anne: Merci Anne!
Wolfgang


« ... est-ce ca de la surexposition...? »
Oui.
Photographier de la neige incorporée à un paysage
représente tout un défi. Souvent, l'unique solution
est de revenir sur la même scène à un autre moment.
Ce n'est pas toujours possible mais,
ça peut être un exercice intéressant.

Cette image est le résultat de plusieurs prises de vue
étalées sur pas moins de 2-3 heures
ET elle a été manipulée dans Photoshop.

gilles d.

chris chisu from Seattle, United States

Looks good. And goes well with the season.

3 Feb 2008 2:00am

@chris chisu: You are right on that! Thanks for the visit,
Wolfgang

Viewfinder from Bradenton, United States

This is very good to look at (from a warm place).

4 Feb 2008 12:41am

@Viewfinder: With all this wood inside is going to be warm too, and outside we can do wintersports.... It's different from the warm weather in Florida, but not without its fun times, but sometimes it can be too long,
Wolfgang

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