Logs

By mrswoolybill
In the Quarry Garden at Belsay Hall, Northumberland.
Thanks for looking,
Moira

Tags: Wood Black and white Specialist and abstract Close-up and macro Belsay hall

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Comments


Saastad 3 16 17 Norway
21 Nov 2019 7:51AM
Beautifuly done Moira!

Arne Smile
franken Plus
20 5.6k 4 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 7:56AM
Lovely work, Moira.
AlfieK Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 8:05AM
Great textural composition Moira.
Alfie
bliba Plus
17 1 2 Austria
21 Nov 2019 8:08AM
great texture and bnw conversion
Legend147 7 295 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 8:14AM
Lovely patterns and textures
21 Nov 2019 8:18AM
How odd that the outer layers are so much lighter in tone, and with a hard line of separation...?
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.6k 2575 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 8:34AM

Quote:How odd that the outer layers are so much lighter in tone, and with a hard line of separation...?

I loved that effect, particularly with the further dark outline of the bark. The logs were quite freshly cut, I don't know the species of tree but the colouring of the cut wood was dramatic, the colour rather dominated the lines. I have another picture to upload tomorrow in colour, with different logs in the foreground. I'll add this one in colour as a version tomorrow if I remember.
Thanks folks and thanks Ollie for the UA.
Moira
viscostatic 16 50 11 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 8:34AM
Not easy to photograph this subject well but you have done it Moira.

Phil.
saltireblue Plus
12 13.5k 83 Norway
21 Nov 2019 8:43AM
I presume you counted the rings, so how old are they?Wink
GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
cats_123 Plus
18 5.1k 31 Northern Ireland
21 Nov 2019 9:07AM
The sights these rings have seen 😁
leo_nid 5 12
21 Nov 2019 9:12AM
beautiful shot and postwork for this
MAK2 Plus
4 36 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 9:29AM
Great mono love the texture and tones. SmileSmile
Marie
clicknimagine Plus
13 1.1k 105 India
21 Nov 2019 9:50AM
Beautiful texture...
21 Nov 2019 10:54AM
Wonderfully worked woolybill wood.

JohnSmile
dales Plus
7 13 Australia
21 Nov 2019 11:47AM
Wonderful textures and patterns Moira
Ian
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.6k 2575 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 12:13PM
Thanks John for the UA, and thanks everyone.

Quote:I presume you counted the rings, so how old are they?

However old, life's too short for ring-counting.
kaybee 18 8.5k 27 Scotland
21 Nov 2019 12:29PM
That looks like Yew - a beautiful wood.
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.6k 2575 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 12:39PM
Thanks Roy. Googling a few images, I think you are probably right. Some yew has very strong banding.
Joline Plus
16 38 59 United States
21 Nov 2019 12:59PM
Yes, this would be very interesting to see in color. Wonderful shapes.
pascalg Plus
15 37 1 France
21 Nov 2019 2:29PM
waiting for colour version too..
mac Plus
21 14 Scotland
21 Nov 2019 2:49PM
You must have some size of a fireplace if you consider these logs! Well captured and good tones. It would be nice to see it in colour.
taggart Plus
18 47 15 United States
21 Nov 2019 3:06PM
All sorts of fascinating shapes and colors turn up inside "Logs"--- such as one sees here--- looking forward to the color!
TrevBatWCC Plus
14 13 19 England
21 Nov 2019 3:28PM
They make a very interesting pattern pic, Moira, especially presented in mono 👍
Trev 😀
dark_lord Plus
18 3.0k 836 England
21 Nov 2019 3:41PM

Quote:I presume you counted the rings, so how old are they?

However old, life's too short for ring-counting.



A little project for Bill now the days are shorter Smile
21 Nov 2019 7:24PM
Some lovely textures in here. I would like to see it in sepia
davyskid 6 2 Scotland
21 Nov 2019 8:18PM
Excellent mono Moira SmileSmileSmile
Davy
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.6k 2575 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2019 9:39PM
Thanks folks, and thanks to John and Alfie for their UAs.
21 Nov 2019 10:42PM
Ooh er! There's a few bowls in there! I like the nicely captured differentiation between the heart wood and the sap wood. SmileSmileSmile
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.6k 2575 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2019 7:35AM
Thanks Graham for the UA, and thanks everyone.

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