Nice job processing all of that white. If you don't mind some feedback, I think a tiny crop across the top would help.
Hi, Gisele. Feedback is what the walk is all about! :-)I actually cropped quite a bit off the top. I left a little of the far side of the lake so you could see what was over there...
Tough assignment with all the white, but it looks good. No one out ice fishing??
Very good processing the snow tracks. Makes me wonder where they lead too!
White on white is so difficult to capture and you did a great job. I like the curve of the track that leads to the opposite shoreline.
Who drives the three wheeled rig, the Popsicle Man? I see three distinct tire tracks in your leading lines!
Ah white on white - The road less travelled - By ne anyway! Great definition!
It certainly led my eyes to follow the trail!
I lik ethe curved lines leading out of the photo to something unknown for the wiewer.
Now that I've seen those tracks I want to know where they lead to - very effective processing.
Well done. White is not an easy colour to work on. I agree with Gisele's advice on the crop.
Absolutely awesome...the white is really white and the topaz brought out and made the details dimensional!
Were you out there with your skis? You nailed the white balance.
Great job with capturing the whiteness of the snow. Good use of Topaz. Nice composition with the lines.
Nice lines and well done on exposing all that white. I hope those lines lead very far south!
You did a super job with this one--the tracks so wonderfully vanish in the distance after snaking thru the photo!
Nifty shot, Val. Lots and lot of white....
very well done leading lines, they are now leading me memories to beautiful cross country ski runs
White can so easily be blown out--you've got the subtle shade and textures of a snow field.
lots of white and white for me this season and it's amazing what you can get just out of snow ;-)
What do you think?