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A wonderful row of weathered trees at Croft Castle, Shropshire.......plus a bit of firkling with textures, to age it a bit !!
Many thanks for all the C&C's for 'Shropshire Skies III'........much appreciated !!
Great treatment of a nice shot. v
processing has worked a treat Keith pleasure to view
Well-weathered and a nifty bit of firklin', Keith.
Some nice work here to age the already aged trees Helen
Very striking, well taken and worked.
Works very well.............the image does look aged.............impressive and eye catching..............
That's a grand old tree and a great composition!
Super image. You must have worked on this. Love the sepia tone and what looks like a slight solarization process. Well done...John
Like the addition of the textures and toning to this Keith
Great shot - wonderful gnarly old trees. Very much like the added textures.
Super shot & presentation
very good like it. christine
A superb presentation, Keith. Carol
A great shot. The skeletons of trees are amazing
Lovely toning in this somewhat spooky image.
Sense the drama, wonderful B/w
A wonderfully composed and processed image Keith.
Superb processing and great line of trees good pov and composition
An excellent image! I really like the colour...obviously a little "firkling" goes a long way!
An excellent photo and processing skills. Great stuff
Love it so atmospheric!
Quote: ...plus a bit of firkling...
Can't beat a bit of firkling, Keith Very well firkled if I may say so.
Great processing Keith - nothing like a good firkle!
Love your effect it is perfect for those amazing trees.
Oooo...just spotted the UA from Julia........many thanks, I value your thoughts !!!!
A cracking and atmospheric image , well processed
Works well Keith
Are they old Oaks by any chance?
Brilliantly capture Keith cracking work---------Milky
This treatment goes well nice pov.
Well done Keith. WesternRed.
Great work - Super Image!!
Textures and tones work well .
Firkled to perfection with the textures and toning.
Love what you did to the image, well done great image
Adrian.....I don't think they're Oak trees ?.......there's something 'different' about them, all the main trunks are
growing in a spiral fashion, & being in a very exposed position have suffered badly over the years, but they are
clearly VERY old trees, & full of 'character' !!!!.......I'll look into it a bit deeper & see what I can find out !!
Thanks for your interest...Keith
Great bit of Firkling, to get this great image Keith.
we are both on trees at the moment but you are such a clever firkler.
A great scene and fantastic effect, a wonderful image. - gary
Cracking trees Keith - nice one
Top work. An excellent conversion
oh so beautiful!
flippin good firkling.
Beautiful image, Keith, superbly processed ... Carol
I've been close to some of these trees at Croft Castle, Keith!
They were covered in a pink fabric, at the time!!
An excellent image!
Adrian......I've discovered the trees are 'Spanish Chestnuts'......& the spiral growth is typical of this species !!!!
****.......Yes, I remember seeing them covered in Pink stuff too......something to do with an 'arts' festival or some such ?????
Lovely processing and detail.................one of those shots you could sit and look at for a bit.
Firkling translates to fettling in Lancs speak! Work well.
The subject matter really suits this treatment Keith. Love it. Yes I would go with fettling too!!! Paul
A wonderful image and the textures really suit the subject. I like it a lot.
Great shot, reminds me of a scene from 'The Lord Of The Rings'.
I like the shapes of those trees and the treatment you've applied
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