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That tree again....

By Arvorphoto    
This could well be a marmite image but I am seeking a different interpretation of a much photographed tree by converting to mono and using a posterize effect to enhance the structure of the tree


Processing: Lightroom/Photoshop

As always, many thanks to those of you who have taken the time to look, vote, comment and give their awards.
Please feel free to offer critique. Another viewpoint is always welcome

Tags: Hadrian's wall Northumberland Uk Black and white Fort Roman wall Sycamore gap Britannia Winshields No people Centurions Roman empire 2019 Emperor Hadrian Legionaries Once Brewed Publius Aelius Hadrianus Roman Province Whin Sill Robin Hood Prince of Thieves

Voters: Drummerdelight, woolybill1, RLF and 22 more


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18 Jun 2019 2:20PM
Excellent...

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Toobi_Won 8 60 5 England
11 Aug 2019 7:50PM
Is this the same tree from "Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves?"
11 Aug 2019 7:54PM

Quote:Is this the same tree from "Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves?"


Yes it is
Toobi_Won 8 60 5 England
11 Aug 2019 8:12PM

Quote:
Quote:Is this the same tree from "Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves?"


Yes it is


Thanks Daryl Smile
I took the liberty of perusing your portfolio, stunning and inspirational, but sadly under-marked, IMHO.
I hunted down a few 29ers whilst there and promoted them.
My first SLR in the early 70's was a Zenit E, screw thread lenses, match needle exposure, cloth roller shutter blind, focussing wide open and stopping manually to take the shot! Photographers don't know there're born today.Wink
Regards
Mike

11 Aug 2019 9:06PM

Quote:
Quote:
Quote:Is this the same tree from "Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves?"


Yes it is


Thanks Daryl Smile
I took the liberty of perusing your portfolio, stunning and inspirational, but sadly under-marked, IMHO.
I hunted down a few 29ers whilst there and promoted them.
My first SLR in the early 70's was a Zenit E, screw thread lenses, match needle exposure, cloth roller shutter blind, focussing wide open and stopping manually to take the shot! Photographers don't know there're born today.Wink
Regards
Mike




Thanks Mike, glad you enjoyed perusing through

The Zenit E was heavy but produced some good shots and was a good grounding

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