Artist's description:

Grib Skov is criss-crossed by a net of paths established back when the forests of northern Zealand was a royal hunting ground. A special kind of hunting technique called Parforce-hunting had been introduced from France and that required a net of paths or dirt roads which still exist and provides easy access to a large part of the forest. In the eastern part of the forest I found this scene - but it does require you to walk a bit off the roads...
It is a week or so before full autumncloors - the leaves are not yet all yellow and the ferns not yet brown. On this particular day, the fog separated the beech trees in the foreground from the Spruce in the background and that is what makes this picture different from almost similar pictures from the same spot - of which I have a few.
Shot on a Linhof Tecnikarkan on 6x12 cm roll film, Kodak E100S.

Materials used:

shot on a Linhof Technikardan on 6x12 cm roll-film, Kodak E100S, scanned on a Imacon Photo scanner. Printed on Epson Semigloss Photo Paper with Epson Ultra Chrome K3 ink

Beechtrees in autumn near Multebjerg, Grib Skov, Nordsjælland (2004)


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This artwork is sold by Lasse Hansen from Denmark

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