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 By: Christian Barrette  
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Photographer  Christian Barrette {Karma:21125}
Project N/A Camera Model Nikon CoolPix 5700
Categories Landscape
Film Format
Portfolio Paysage
Lens Stock at 20 mm
Uploaded 2/7/2004 Film / Memory Type Jpeg Fine 100
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 1840 Shutter 1/388
Favorites Aperture 6.1
Critiques 37 Rating
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About Mike Marcotte has been posting better images of the MidWest with the same evocation lately. I thought I'd share a sign of appreciation shot in Saint-Jean-de-Matha, Québec.
Pour toi mon ami !
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There are 37 Comments in 1 Pages
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Markus Scholz Markus Scholz   {K:23170} 3/28/2006
Hi, Christian. Haven't heard from you for a while. Hope everything is fine with you and your family. Has Christoph told you that he finished studies? His title is now "Diplomingenieur". What a relief for all of us. Now he's looking for a job and he has already several offers.

Kind regards, Markus

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Alberto Calheiros   {K:2647} 3/30/2004
Linda!
Parabéns!

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john amore   {K:14015} 3/7/2004
Christian bravo composition contrast perfect john

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 2/23/2004
a superb shot.. magnific

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Joshua Castleman   {K:245} 2/23/2004
beautiful picture

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Gino  Quattrocchi   {K:39580} 2/23/2004
meravigliosa complimenti
Gino

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Gaetan Chevalier   {K:4188} 2/23/2004
Photo vraiment magnifique. La composition est superbe et l'exposition choisie donne une magnifique lumière qui marie bien le ciel et la neige. Bravo pour un travail excellent.

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Don Loseke Don Loseke   {K:32503} 2/23/2004
Congratulations Christian, well deserved. Don

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Mike Marcotte   {K:3948} 2/16/2004
I like the title.

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Czintos Edmund   {K:443} 2/16/2004
Very nice landscape.Regards Edmund.

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Telmo Domingues   {K:9639} 2/16/2004
Simplicity at it's best! And I bet Mike is a happy man... If these are his roots... probably he developed strong "branches"...

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Natalie Papadopoulos   {K:5247} 2/16/2004
fabulous shot christian.. i would never have thought to have cut off the house like you have.. it's a perfect image.

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Andrea Biscosi   {K:5387} 2/16/2004
Excellent minimalist shot!
Congrats
Andrea

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pippo giuseppe   {K:16421} 2/16/2004
Splendid composition!!Excellent winter,very minimalist the image!!Congrats

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Raja Oloan Tumanggor   {K:631} 2/16/2004
Nice BW and well composed. Congratulation!

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Ahmet Baki Kocaballi   {K:13618} 2/16/2004
very nice shot!
very nice composition,
congrats! Baki

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NN  NN     {K:26787} 2/16/2004
Congrats on the EC Christian! Like Audrey I would have liked to see the barn complete ...

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. .   {K:1787} 2/13/2004
that's very nice. regards

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Audrey Reid   {K:5872} 2/13/2004
Congrats Christian, thrilled for you.
This really is a fine image.
Glad you didn't step back & roll down the hill. Al will tell you 'don't listen to Audrey!'

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Pablo    {K:5381} 2/13/2004
I love this picture. The composition is superb, and also the overall tonality. The tree alone would have been great too, but I think the photo is fine the way it is. I like the the barn and the horses there. Excellent image. Well done.

Regards.

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Christian Barrette   {K:21125} 2/13/2004
Well, thank you Altaf ! I feel honoured.

Should the barn on the right have been not cropped ? For that, I would have needed a wider angle lens than the stock one available on the CP5700 - not back up, because this was on a steep hill, so stepping back would have made the barn hidden from below. Any way, I figured that as it was, it created a less static composition than one with two well fixed elements and an empty space in the middle.
I agree Audrey that the tree alone, set on the left, would make a fine compositon.

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al shaikh   {K:15790} 2/13/2004
My favorite image of yours.

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Audrey Reid   {K:5872} 2/10/2004
Hello there,
This is the sort of composition that I really like, clean and simple but eye catching. But.....there is always a but from me isn't there!! In an otherwise perfect world, I would like to have seen the barn complete in the picture, guess that means taking a step or two back.
Also, I see another shot here - if you crop the barn out, you have a lone tree in a pure white world :)

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Mike Marcotte   {K:3948} 2/8/2004
mjbj17@prodigy.net> This is it. I've had a little trouble with this e-mail today

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Caprice Duvent   {K:3998} 2/8/2004
très jolie cette photo!
Bravo!
Amitiés
Caprice

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Christian Barrette   {K:21125} 2/8/2004
Sure Mike !
I've sent a message but it bounced back.

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Mike Marcotte   {K:3948} 2/8/2004
Thanks for this Christian, this is a beautiful scene. I found several sites for Saint-Jean-de Matha. Looks like a great place to spend a few days, summer or winter. I have a favor to ask of you mon ami. I have an old Montreal newspaper [1920] with a front page article concerning one of my ancestors. If you can give me a hand with this, my E-Mail address is MJBJ17@prodigy.net. Thanks

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Don Loseke Don Loseke   {K:32503} 2/8/2004
This so nice, simple and yet it conveys a mood of desolation. Great work. Bye, Don.

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Matej Maceas Matej Maceas   {K:24381} 2/8/2004
Christian, I like this. I like the wintery high contrast, as well as the extreme placement of the tree and the stable. I find the idea to "crop" the building daring, but with a good result. Good job.

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Tomo Radovanovic   {K:12788} 2/8/2004
beautiful

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Alberto Agnoletti   {K:12811} 2/8/2004
Excellent composition!!
Best regards, Alberto

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Neil Dolman   {K:26883} 2/8/2004
I like this a lot, i think it follows the KISS principle very well (keep it simple, stupid). I love the empty space between the tree and the barn. The horses add a touch of interest - very nice. Regards Neil

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Philippe Simon   {K:717} 2/8/2004
Très belle composition, tout est là. Image apaisante, très jolie....

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Abeer Al Jarsh   {K:10209} 2/8/2004
i like the simplisty on this picture
well done


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Teunis Haveman Teunis Haveman   {K:53426} 2/7/2004
Christian, again an beautiful landscape with tree and horses
Teunis

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Pat Fruen Pat Fruen   {K:12076} 2/7/2004
Very nice composition. I especially love that it's in b/w.

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Elle Weild   {K:511} 2/7/2004
The starkness of this is chilling. Fabulous composure. This is going in my faves.
C'est bon!
Elle

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