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Moorland Detail

By Consulo    
I fear this may sink like the proverbial, but here's a detail shot of some moorland I was passing through. The fronds of pale grasses pocked through the darker moorland spoke of a shot that might look interesting in B&W, so I shot it. The image has had some gentle toning applied to it after converting it to B&W.

Thanks for looking,
Michael.

Tags: Toned Black and white Moorland

Voters: paskinmj, mrswoolybill, woolybill1 and 4 more


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mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2012 3:05PM
I like the idea. I think I'd be looking for a square composition out of the subject, but that's how I see things.
Moira

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Consulo 12 840 10 Scotland
21 Mar 2012 8:06PM
That's an interesting idea.

I stuck primarily with a straight-out-the-camera crop as it was what best suited this particular bunch of grasses.
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
4 Apr 2012 1:10PM
I like the diagonal run of the grasses in this. I know what you saw here, as I've tried unsuccessfully to get a good image of some mexican feather grass blowing in the breeze - the sun was hitting them so nicely too.
So, memory evoked, thanks for that.

Anne
Consulo 12 840 10 Scotland
4 Apr 2012 2:20PM
Np, Anne, and thanks.

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