Another shot from Arnos Vale Cemetery in Bristol and deliberately processed in a low key, high grain, pin-hole style as it was how I envisaged the shot when I took it.
In a sea of over-grown memorials, this cross and anchor seemed to stand out amongst the others as it had very little growth on it, I've no idea as to why this was as the memorial was as old as all the others, but I think it may have been down to the kind of stone used.
I'm not sure if I've done it justice or not, but in all honesty at the moment I'm playing around with different styles of photography not because I've given up or gotten bored with natural history images, but more to try and broaden my horizons a little, they do say a change is as good as a rest. Personally I quite like it and that's all that matters, but any comments or criticisms good or bad would be welcomed, so long as they are constructive of course.
Thanks for the comments on yesterdays image, regards to all......Ade
|Camera:||Olympus E-PL1 |
|Lens:||Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|