Pine Tree Vertigo

Adam Pender


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Pasadena, MD - United States

I love how you composed this image!

Talent, OR - United States

Adam, what a great shot this is!!! So many people forget to look up! You miss out on so much when you don't take a moment to look up. Beautifully done! :)

Blaine, MN - United States

This is an excellent capture! Beautiful work! L/F

Snohomish, WA - United States

Love this. Congratulations on your ale.

Hollister, CA - United States

Very cool! Congratulations!

Markham, ON - Canada

Wonderful $ale, congratulations!!

Sunrise, FL - United States

Adam, Cool Shot! Congrats on your sale!

Phoenixville, PA - United States

Congrats on your sale!!

London - United Kingdom

Congratulations on your sale!

Feasterville-Trevose, PA - United States

Congrats on your sale Adam, wonderful shot.

Milwaukee, WI - United States

very cool. congrats.

Seattle, WA - United States


Tampa, FL - United States

Congrats on the sale! Unique perspective!

Saint Petersburg, RU - Russian Federation

-) g o o o d

Concord, NH - United States

wow, this is a nice one, I don't think I could every get a shot like that here in N.H.,,, I love it!

Christchurch, E9 - New Zealand

Adam Great work of art this is you got it just right ,Congrats on your sale!!! v

Pike Road, AL - United States

Outstanding eye, v!

Minnetonka, MN - United States

AAAH, Yes! ..nicely done, Adam. ..Great symmetry. One can almost hear the wind swirling thru the needles. As a kid I tried this with a Kodak Instamatic.. have to start some where.

Duluth, GA - United States

I only ask because I get migraines and this type of shot doesnt help the condition. I wondered what others are doing. I hate to be the only one looking really stupid in a public park. :-)

Duluth, GA - United States

I love doing this! Did you lay on the ground to shoot this? Love it. Voted.

Adam Pender replied:

Thanks, Cheryl! I actually took the "contortionist" approach of a low-set tripod, and an awkward lean to frame the shot. In hindsight, laying down beneath the tripod would have been MUCH more comfortable! I'll have to remember that next time! :-)

Littleton, CO - United States

Thank you everyone! I was excited that this shot came together! It was surprisingly tough to get conditions to line up for this shot! (No wind, right sky, etc.)

Glen Allen, VA - United States

Adam, outstanding! [f/v]

New Hope, MN - United States

I love how you shot this. That is what you see when you look strait up. Nicely done. V, F & W

Saint Cloud, MN - United States

Amazing viewpoint and perspective!

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