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Whispering stories of green: Riding through veils of illusion

A beautiful autumn morning, veils of light descend from the trees. Two figures seem to emerge from the mist, an illusion?

Usually I have enough time to make a photo that reflects my impression on the landscape I see. But sometimes I am surprised by a beautiful and impressive scene that disappears after a few seconds; usually because the light has changed completely in a short time.
On this early morning in the forest, I am surprised by two horse riders. I only have a few seconds to make a few photos, because then they are so close that the blur by light and mist has disappeared…

Riding through veils of illusion - Abstract realistic fine art forest scape by Jacob Berghoef

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‘Riding through veils of illusion’ is a photo in the series ‘Whispering stories of green’, part of the gallery ‘Enchanted forests‘.


This is a repost of a post of November 8, 2018




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