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End Grain 2

By rayme330
Final woody images in my mini series. Similar to yesterday's upload only in B&w this time. But then , as I quite liked the coloured version, I uploaded that too.

I have just discovered that to view the B&W version use the NORMAL view button. For some reason it will not show in large format.

The B&W image may not be visible, something may have gone wrong with the upload, whereas the coloured version seems OK. ???





Thanks for yesterday's C&C's.

Tags: Black and white Specialist and abstract

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Comments


ARIANA1985 4 27 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 6:50PM
beautiful photo i think b&w really works with this type of image - brings the detail in the wood

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30 Jan 2014 7:10PM
apart from a wee tad on the top left there was very little to see of the B&W must have been a corrupted upload but the colour one is fine Ray like it a lot

Graham
dark_lord Plus
12 1.8k 326 England
30 Jan 2014 7:15PM
Something wrong with the mono version as it can't be viewed, but the colour one is fine.
HELANA 6 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 8:33PM
I can't view the B&W one Ray, but I like the colour version, nice shot.
Elena.
30 Jan 2014 8:44PM
I don't know why, I can't see the b/w version, Ray, but I like the colour one.
Effrossini
JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 9:06PM
I can see both & love the colour version
Ju
Irishkate Plus
6 38 100 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2014 10:20PM
I can view both also and love them both.
Did you add some saturation with your paintbox to the coloured version?
The mono conversion is excellent.
I have a print of logs taken in Germany in my hall.
Kate GrinGrinGrin
30 Jan 2014 11:26PM
Two interesting versions, Ray.
End grain can reveal a lot about the history of how a tree has grown and the weather conditions it has been subjected to, amongst other things.
Richard
Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2014 11:49AM
I cannot view V1 in either views
but V2 is a lovely original shot of textures Ray
Lillian
31 Jan 2014 4:33PM
b&w really works
netta1234 Plus
4 369 2 Wales
31 Jan 2014 7:52PM
Colour for me Smile
Great imageSmile
NettaSmile

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