This photo is a long telephoto of early spring oaks taken in early morning in the New River Gorge area of West Virginia and is even more extreme than the photo of Shenandoah National Park in flattening the perspective so that it shows only form, texture and color. Huge enlargements of this type of photo can be very cool if they are sharp and contain much detail.
Note: This photo was originally posted Jan 15, 2011 at 1HeckOfAGuy.com.
Neil Ellis Photos: Neil is great friend who plays a respectable round of golf, identifies unseen birds by their calls, completes the New York Times Friday Crossword in ink, and snaps a heck of a photo. His photos are featured here at AllanShowalter.com and can be found collected at Neil Ellis Photos.